Crying foul because of the identity of the messenger should not undermine the importance of his message, writes Jonathan Russell.
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Former Northern Ireland secretary Peter Hain has argued that all crimes related to the troubles that have not yet been solved should be left like that.
Andrew Noakes of the Labour Campaign for Human Rights asks a pertinent question: what if the war on terror has turned out differently?
Misunderstanding the nature of this attack may result in politicians pushing through legislative change that would have disastrous consequences.
Fears were growing last night that dissidents in Northern Ireland could be attempting to step up their efforts to derail the peace process.
The EU is strongest when it acts as one in the world. The weakness or reluctance of one member state impacts us all, and especially the people living in the shadow of Hezbollah’s destabilizing activities.
The French liberation of Mali from islamists should be welcomed by the left.
69 members of Turkish trade union KESK will face charges of terrorism next week – chargers which appear to be an attempt to bring the trade union to its knees.
Chizom Ekeh explores the roots of radical Islam among Britain’s young Muslim population and the state of Islamic cohesion withing the British Isles.