John Pilger, renowned investigative journalist and documentary film-maker, is one of only two to have twice won British journalism's top award; his documentaries have won academy awards in both the UK and the US. In a New Statesman survey of the 50 heroes of our time, Pilger came fourth behind Aung San Suu Kyi and Nelson Mandela. "John Pilger," wrote Harold Pinter, "unearths, with steely attention facts, the filthy truth. I salute him."
08 May 2008
When I first came to live in Britain, much of ordinary life was premised on a sense of community. It was mostly...
24 April 2008
A US war.
10 April 2008
The failures of the ANC.
27 March 2008
A journalist remembered.
06 March 2008
21 February 2008
The writer returns.
14 February 2008
From Gaza to Iraq.
24 January 2008
The former president of Tanzania Julius Nyerere once asked, "Why haven't we all got a vote in the US...
10 January 2008
"To me, I confess, [countries] are pieces on a chessboard upon which is being played out a game for...
13 December 2007
When Gordon Brown spoke recently about his government's devotion to the United States, "founded on the...
29 November 2007
What has changed in the way we see the world? For as long as I can remember, the relationship of journalists with...
15 November 2007
On Remembrance Day 2007, the great and the good bowed their heads at the Cenotaph. Generals, politicians,...
01 November 2007
Lying back in a hospital ward, the procedure done and successful, a cup of tea going down nicely with the last of...
18 October 2007
In Sicko, Michael Moore's new film, a young Ronald Reagan is shown appealing to working-class Americans to...
04 October 2007
As the people of Burma rise up again, we have had a rare glimpse of Aung San Suu Kyi. There she stood, at the back...
Even if Miliband is a second-placed prime minister, it would still be a victory for Labour to savour