How to walk like a president
By John-Paul Flintoff - 14 October 13:00

Can the rest of us acquire the Clinton charisma that took Blackpool by storm? John-Paul Flintoff fin

Why George no longer loves Tony
By John Kampfner - 14 October 13:00

John Kampfner, our political editor, reveals that Iraq has brought the UK and US leaders perilously

US fears a new "axis of evil"
By Sue Branford - 14 October 13:00

Observations on Brazil

Mark Thomas wants Saddam to sue Bill Clinton
By Mark Thomas - 14 October 13:00

Saddam should sue Bill Clinton for libel. Evil dictators may have difficulty proving their reputatio

Bee Wilson tells us to eat butter for our health
By Bee Wilson - 14 October 13:00

How a US farmers' lobby deceived us about polyunsaturated fats

Voices of the dead
By Peter Conrad - 07 October 13:00

Music - Peter Conrad on a tribute to the victims of 9/11 that expresses the unspeakable

A seismic shift in America
By Andrew Stephen - 07 October 13:00

US voters no longer think it unpatriotic to question the wisdom of war on Iraq. Even senior Republic

Have a nice day . . . on 54 cents
By Mark Thomas - 07 October 13:00

Observations on Iraq

How Cheney swung an election
By David Lawday - 30 September 13:00

Anti-war feeling and, most of all, help from the US vice-president restored the German chancellor to

How America can help the left
By John Lloyd - 30 September 13:00

Europeans see US power as crude brawn brushing aside subtle knowledge. Yet if we play our cards clev

America - Andrew Stephen finds more cock-ups in Florida
By Andrew Stephen - 30 September 13:00

Florida has not lost its knack for turning elections into farces: the latest involved keeping the vo

The porn controller
By Scott Lucas - 30 September 13:00

Senator Jesse Helms, the retiring dinosaur of US racism and misogyny, hates modern art. But his foll

John Pilger reveals how the Bushes bribe the world
By John Pilger - 23 September 13:00

If you want to know how George W Bush will go about getting international support for war, look at h

America - Andrew Stephen on Kofi Annan, the spoilsport
By Andrew Stephen - 23 September 13:00

George Bush plans to start pounding those patriotic war drums in time for the mid-term elections in

How grief turned into humbug
By Susan Sontag - 16 September 13:00

Real war has a beginning and an end. Bush's endless "war on terrorism" stops thought and releases th

Bush and Blair, on a wing and a prayer
By Andrew Stephen - 16 September 13:00

Andrew Stephen, our US editor, watches the leaders of Britain and America at their Camp David summit

Let us now praise President Bush
By Nick Cohen - 09 September 13:00

A new American law would stop companies defrauding pensioners. But Blair is lobbying Washington for

The honeymoon is over, Mr Bush
By Andrew Stephen - 09 September 13:00

<em>11 September</em> - Hit by financial scandals and a weakening economy, Americans are losing pati

When the whirlwind blows
By John Pilger - 09 September 13:00

<em>11 September</em> - John Pilger finds cause for optimism as the world awakens to the true rapac

Sleepless in Los Angeles
By Philip Kerr - 09 September 13:00

Philip Kerr is impressed by two stars who haven’t lost their appetite for acting.

In the name of the law
By Robert Cooper - 09 September 13:00

<em>11 September</em> - The terrorist attacks on America showed the peculiar vulnerability of the mo

Slaves in the land of the free
By Helena Smith - 09 September 13:00

Behind the doors of some of America's poshest, and supposedly most socially conscious, homes lies a

Bowling alone
By Nicholas Greenslade - 02 September 13:00

Playing Hard Ball

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A monster of colossal power
By Stephen Pollard - 02 September 13:00

Master of the Senate: the years of Lyndon Johnson, volume 3

Robert A Caro <em> Jonathan Cape, 1,1

Not so sweet
By Philip Kerr - 02 September 13:00

Film - Philip Kerr has no stomach for this indigestible, tasteless confection

Transatlantic notes - Andrew Stephen clobbers a mugger
By Andrew Stephen - 02 September 13:00

A florist in East Sheen had a sign saying that people could send flowers to Holly and Jessica from t

Opera - Under big skies
By Peter Conrad - 26 August 13:00

Peter Conrad discovers Glyndebourne without grass in the New Mexico desert

America - Andrew Stephen finds the latest American craze
By Andrew Stephen - 26 August 13:00

Book clubs have become the latest way to prove your intellectual superiority. You choose a highbrow

The great Satan
By Ziauddin Sardar - 26 August 13:00

The Eagle's Shadow: why America fascinates and infuriates the world

Mark Hertsgaard <em>Bloomsbury

America - Andrew Stephen smells a very large rat
By Andrew Stephen - 19 August 13:00

Rats - as big as cats and a lot more vicious - are infesting the cities of North America, threatenin

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