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.
There is a common thread that Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi’s death leaves many questions unanswered, including whether he was actually guilty to begin with.
The crimes of Anders Behring Brivik prompt difficult questions that we cannot skirt around by claiming he is evil incarnate or mentally ill.
A year on from the biggest call of his Presidency, to kill Osama bin Laden, Barack Obama has signed a new pact with Karzai on a surprise visit to Afghanistan.
As the world yesterday united in remembering the victims of 9/11, faith leaders the world over, of all religions, called for healing, writes Ed Jacobs.
The aftermath of September 11th was not a time for reflection or debate; little room was afforded for complexities, writes Ben Mitchell.
The shocking insensitivity of Glenn Beck’s “Hitler Youth” attack on the Utoya Island terror victims will come as no surprise to regular followers of his remarks.