America's next target
By Barbara Smith - 18 October 13:00

By keeping the rest of the world guessing about its nuclear capacity, Tehran has raised talk of war

Good bomb, good bomb!
By Stephen Grey - 11 October 13:00

Observations on Iraq. By Stephen Grey in Balad

Not welcome in the Holy Land
By Sejal Mandalia - 04 October 13:00

Indian Jews believed Israel was home, but when they got there, they were seen as pariahs

World view - Lindsey Hilsum explains Iraqi's sense of honour
By Lindsey Hilsum - 04 October 13:00

Iraqi women who work or go to university become the target of Islamists - but those who stay in trad

John Pilger on why we ignored Iraq in the 1990s
By John Pilger - 04 October 13:00

Even before the 2003 war, we were attacking Iraqi civilians with our inhumane economic sanctions. Ye

Des res in lively area
By Graham Norwood - 27 September 13:00

Observations on Iraq (2)

How kidnappers target the locals
By Stephen Grey - 27 September 13:00

Observations on Iraq (1)

Will the US now attack Tehran?
By Staff blogger - 27 September 13:00

If you think that even George W Bush would not be foolish enough to start a war in Iran, think back to how unlikely an invasion of Iraq seemed three years ago.

Learn among the chickens
By Rachel Aspden - 27 September 13:00

Observations on lessons in Arabic

The editors are unrepentant
By David Edwards and David Cromwell - 20 September 13:00

Observations on Iraq and the media by <strong>David Cromwell and David Edwards</strong>

Why rebels must be middle class
By Daphna Baram - 20 September 13:00

Observations on Israel

John Pilger hears Blair echo Mussolini
By John Pilger - 20 September 13:00

The terrorism of groups and individuals, however horrific, is tiny by comparison with that of states

Can Islam change?
By Ziauddin Sardar - 13 September 13:00

Beslan and 9/11 are leading millions of Muslims to search their souls. Even clerics now question the

Suppose a new 9/11 hit America . . .
By Ian Bremmer - 13 September 13:00

By Ian Bremmer, president of Eurasia Group and senior fellow at the World Policy Institute

Beyond Saddam
By Abdullah Muhsin - 13 September 13:00

Observations on Iraq

For Allah and the caliphate
By Shiv Malik - 13 September 13:00

Hizb ut-Tahrir, with its millions of Muslim followers, is accused in the US of being a conveyor belt

More voices from the Muslim world
By Natalie Brierley - 13 September 13:00

Interviews via phone and e-mail

The slaughter of Iraq's intellectuals
By Andrew Rubin - 06 September 13:00

Since the occupation began, some 200 leading Iraqi academics, most of them in the humanities and soc

The decisive battle looms
By David Enders - 23 August 13:00

Observations on Iraq

Vote early, vote often
By Martin Huckerby - 23 August 13:00

Observations on Afghanistan

America's own goal in Iraq
By Becky Tinsley - 16 August 13:00

The Coalition Provisional Authority failed to establish a structure for peaceful democracy

Where have all the children of the left gone?
By Nick Cohen - 16 August 13:00

Those who used to burn with anger against oppression and were united in fraternity with the vulnerab

Arafat loses his balance
By Graham Usher - 09 August 13:00

The rebellion in Gaza shows that, when Israel leaves, the most likely result will be a bloody Palest

Why terrorists love Britain
By Jamie Campbell - 09 August 13:00

Is this country really threatened by violent attack? After talking to potential martyrs, Jamie Campb

On the rampage
By Mark Bearn - 02 August 13:00

Generation Kill

Evan Wright <em>Bantam, 368pp, £12.99</em>

ISBN 0593053478

Iraq: the borrow

Arabian feast
By Anna Shepherd - 02 August 13:00

Film - For the first time, the National Film Theatre is devoting a season to contemporary Arab cine

Sudan needs more than an army
By Staff blogger - 02 August 13:00

Something must be done. As thousands in the Darfur region of Sudan face famine, rape and ethnic cleansing, the chorus goes up from politicians, NGOs, leader-writers and assorted do-gooders. The liberal interventionist bandwagon rolls.

Blair's survival baffles the soldiers
By Stephen Grey - 26 July 13:00

I watched a DVD of Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 (a rather poor-quality pirate copy) in a tent in southern Iraq with the British army. It's all the rage among the troops. "You've got to come and see this," they said.

People who are just like us
By Brendan O'Neill - 26 July 13:00

Observations on terrorists. By <strong>Brendan O'Neill</strong>

Miranda Sawyer - Reality bites
By Miranda Sawyer - 19 July 13:00

Film - A raw and intimate look at life in the dust of postwar Kabul. By Miranda Sawyer

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