Mehdi Hasan is a contributing writer for the New Statesman and the co-author of Ed: The Milibands and the Making of a Labour Leader. He was the New Statesman's senior editor (politics) from 2009-12.

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12 September 2011
As we approach the tenth anniversary of 9/11, there has been much talk of how "everything changed" that...
Mehdi Hasan
09 September 2011
An astonishing claim.
World Affairs
07 September 2011
The threat in perspective.
Mehdi Hasan
05 September 2011
No holds barred.
05 September 2011
In September 2007, in the run-up to the sixth anniversary of the 11 September attacks, Osama Bin Laden released a...
International Politics
25 August 2011
Asked in 1971 for his opinion on the French Revolution of 1789, Premier Zhou Enlai of China is said to have...
24 August 2011
"We cry and we cry and we cry, until we can't cry any more".
Mehdi Hasan
23 August 2011
An intriguing report.
Mehdi Hasan
17 August 2011
Tariq Jahan
11 August 2011
What, I wonder, was the defining image of the past week? A terrified woman jumping out of a burning building? A...
Mehdi Hasan
07 August 2011
"Highly sensitive"?
Mehdi Hasan
06 August 2011
Downgrade the Downgraders.
International Politics
05 August 2011
Barack Obama's army of admirers has been doughtily defending his 31 July decision to do a deal on the debt...