To judge from my e-mails, a fair number of people believe I have been "fomenting, justifying or glor
America's enemies must be laughing. Four years after 9/11, the failed Ground Zero project exposes th
From New York, September 2001, to London, July 2005, the horrors of terrorism have become all too familiar. And yet nobody will forget the sound of explosions, of children screaming and gunfire crackling at School Number One in Beslan a year ago.
African voters are naive about their constitutions. Ruthless, corrupt elites will not suddenly start
The lasting image of Bush during the summer has been that of an uncaring president who has been idly
She's still insisting she won't run in 2008, but she will, writes Andrew Stephen. She is rapidly pos
My advice to journalists is the same as that given to Woodward and Bernstein at the start of the Wat
Can things get worse in Iraq? Let us first remind ourselves how bad things are. Violence on a level that few in Europe can imagine is the norm. Two hundred members of the new Iraqi police service and army are killed each month, and roughly 60 US soldiers.
With their T-shirts, sandals and long skirts, the girls would not have looked out of place in the Su
If those who seek to understand what drives people to commit terrorist acts are vilified as "just one notch less despicable than the terrorists", what hope is there?
Encouraged by US policy failures in the Middle East, Iran is taking a more robust stance
History may well record George Bush's appointment of Judge John Roberts to the US Supreme Court as t
Ariel Sharon is a master of manoeuvres, writes Lindsey Hilsum. While the world watches the withdrawa
The legacy of the International Brigades helps us understand not only the nature of fascism, but the moral courage we need to oppose it.
After the Global War On Terror comes the Struggle Against Violent Extremism. Robert Fox explains
The Muslim world is not the medieval monolith we in the west often imagine. Ziauddin Sardar toured s
The Solidarity union was born 25 years ago this summer, rocking the communist world. Denis MacShane
Gordon Brown is still tapping his foot and looking at his watch like a desperate man outside a lavat
Forged in the old communist East, Germany's chancellor-in-waiting is not like the others. Angela Mer
The Dominion of War: empire and conflict in America, 1500-2000
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Terror and the UK - Karl Marx was allowed to live here despite his inflammatory ideas, but the Briti
The Falklands war was impeccably handled: so said Andrew Roberts in last week's <em>NS</em>. <strong
Terror and the UK - the senseless repercussions of interventions in Afghanistan, Iraq and Palestine.
Terror and the UK - Blair was told about Muslim rage not just by his critics, but by some of his clo
As claims of corruption rocked his country's government, the Brazilian minister for culture still en
G8 - No one gave the NGOs a right to the last word. They have agendas like all the rest