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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Mehdi Hasan
24 July 2009
Can you imagine either George W. Bush or even William Jefferson Clinton taking a stand like this? Go Barack!
Mehdi Hasan
24 July 2009
Uber-Blairite and leading liberal hawk, David "Bomber" Aaronovitch, takes a potshot at the New Statesman's...
Mehdi Hasan
23 July 2009
Who says Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the Supreme Leader of Iran, Ayatollah Khamenei, are best buddies? They seem to have...
Mehdi Hasan
23 July 2009
Here is Gordon Brown speaking in Oxford on Tuesday at the annual, invitation-only TED conference in Oxford. Is this the...
Politics
23 July 2009
Gordon's goats flee
Mehdi Hasan
22 July 2009
Nice to see the Guardian's economics editor, Larry Elliott, a man who I have a lot of time and respect for, pointing...
Mehdi Hasan
22 July 2009
How many of you saw James Purnell's cringe-inducing performance on Newsnight on Monday night? He spent the first few...
Mehdi Hasan
22 July 2009
I have a piece in the magazine tomorrow on Gordon's "goats" - the acronymic offspring of his "government...
Politics
16 July 2009
Book me a slot on Press TV
Politics
09 July 2009
Non-Muslim terror is ignored
International Politics
04 June 2009
Resetting relations
International Politics
02 April 2009
Like my fellow Muslims, I strenuously object to the lazy conjugation of the words Islamic and terrorism, for the rather...
Politics
11 December 2008
Sharia-compliant, or Islamic, finance is committed to promoting goals any proud progressive would recognise: equity,...

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