Culture
13 November 2006
A year late, and dogged by internal disputes, al-Jazeera finally launches its English-language version on 15 November....
06 November 2006
The New Statesman outshone all its rivals at the prestigious UK Press Gazette magazine awards on 26 October, producing...
30 October 2006
On 16 November the New Statesman will launch a brand new website, following on from the critical and sales success of...
Politics
30 October 2006
The two young women peered attentively into their monitors. Their alarm increased as they zoomed in on two objects. Two...
09 October 2006
The New Statesman has been shortlisted for no fewer than 11 awards in the coming weeks, demonstrating how its exclusive...
25 September 2006
This week's Labour conference special issue has the best coverage, led by our political editor, Martin Bright. In...
31 August 2006
From Pinochet to Saddam, from Brezhnev to Marcos, our recent history has been studded with dictators of varying degrees...
14 August 2006
Once in a while we do 'special issues' on particular countries or issues. In the past they've proved extremely popular...
07 August 2006
It's not often that I take it upon myself to write the cover piece. Watching the massacre at Qana and the other events...
International Politics
07 August 2006
At a Downing Street reception not long ago, a guest had the temerity to ask Tony Blair: "How do you sleep at night,...
31 July 2006
Our Middle East coverage continues this week with a series of strong and passionate pieces. John Pilger is in...
24 July 2006
As the world watches transfixed and horrified, it's only natural that we devote five pages to the crisis in the Middle...
10 July 2006
Nobody could say we lack variety! This week's output includes a vivid account by Andrew Stephen of his personal...
03 July 2006
This week we devote most of the current affairs section to 7/7 and its aftermath. We have a series of exclusives and...
22 June 2006
Three weeks into the magazine's new design, and I am pleased to welcome a veritable army of new subscribers. The...

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