Politics
28 June 1999
I met Goran to check a story I was doing about secret negotiations, through an intermediary, between the Russians and...
Politics
21 June 1999
In the post-Soviet chic of Moscow's newest restaurant, the White Sun in the Desert (named after a famous film), I...
Politics
14 June 1999
The war in Kosovo has been fought for universal values. It has shone a light on these values and demonstrated to us...
Politics
07 June 1999
As the end of the war in the Balkans comes closer, so the job that Europe has already taken upon itself looms larger....
Politics
31 May 1999
On one of the roads around Moscow, near an old bus plant next to the village of Golitsyno, there is a group of...
Politics
17 May 1999
Scots politics has, as ever, much to fear from those who claim most ardently to be a friend to its separate nature....
Politics
10 May 1999
Tony Blair tells two stories of last weekend's "Third Way" summit in Washington. One (hard to believe, but there it is...
Politics
03 May 1999
Robin Cook, for more than three decades, has been foremost among those who oppose militarism and its consequences. But...
Politics
26 April 1999
It is difficult to see how Nato can lose the war in Kosovo. The cards are so stacked on its side that - given continued...
Politics
19 April 1999
At a conference in Berlin last weekend, I saw close up the wretchedness of the Russian political class, faced with the...
Politics
09 April 1999
The men who lead the Irish Republican Army are warriors of honour. They have an ideal of the kind we were all once...
Politics
02 April 1999
Opposition to war, along with outright pacifism, has usually found its place on the left. It has been combined with a...
Politics
26 March 1999
The Royal Ulster Constabulary now waits, with cynicism and resignation, for a report on its future which some of its...
Culture
26 March 1999
Japan is the only major non-Christian, non-white country that has managed to insert itself into the rich states' club...
Politics
19 March 1999
For most of our lifetimes, strikes were theatrical demonstrations of working-class power. They made sense because they...

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