Getting rid of the whole bothersome process of trial and evidence would make policing a doddle
You need to go off-off Broadway to find a reflection of today's America
Darwinism is on trial in the US again. But this time, argues Nicholas Wapshott, it's part of a wider
10 people - Andrew Stephen on America's fastest-rising political star
Want to buy a bike in America? Chinese. Cadillac? Chinese parts. Wal-Mart alone imports $18bn worth
The limits of American power are there for all to see. Ask yourself why Iran is so confident today
What was Donald Rumsfeld doing in Paraguay in August? One might imagine the US defence secretary had enough on his plate orchestrating the war on terror. In fact, Rumsfeld has been displaying an alarming degree of interest in Paraguayan affairs recently.
Venezuela's president is rarely seen by foreigners for what he is: one of the world's most popular a
American television - What is Jon Stewart about? And why should we welcome The Daily Show? Nicholas
Years of work in battle zones have convinced Lutz Kleveman that the role energy resources play in ca
''People are getting the message'': three decades on, America's great loser detects the first signs
Nobody in London or Washington would admit it, but Tony Blair and George Bush have unwittingly become the biggest allies of Iran's clerical regime. The "war on terror" has removed two of its chief enemies: the Taliban and Saddam Hussein.
He just can't get it right any more. With Iraq, Katrina and Rita, the Bush disconnect - the gulf bet
Observations on America
The destruction caused by Katrina has enabled us to glimpse realities that are usually carefully hid
New Orleans is a city of murderous policing and corruption of the powerful
It has been axiomatic in some polite circles, including those on the British centre left, to sing the praises of the American approach to enterprise and governance.
I feel the teeniest, weeniest smidgen of sympathy for Bush. If he was slow to grasp the scale of the
During the summer months, churches along America's Gulf Coast join together in a prayer that humbly acknowledges their precarious position in the world.
Having forced a split between America's unions, he wants to start building global ones. Ellie Levens
There are deeper explanations for the New Orleans catastrophe than anyone has dared suggest, writes
Harold Meyerson on America's split
The Tories vote not for who they want, but against whoever they don't want. (They didn't get a choic
The lasting image of Bush during the summer has been that of an uncaring president who has been idly
Observations on Iraq. By <strong>Brendan O'Neill</strong>
America's enemies must be laughing. Four years after 9/11, the failed Ground Zero project exposes th
She's still insisting she won't run in 2008, but she will, writes Andrew Stephen. She is rapidly pos