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Our pal, Qadafi, or: a lesson in hypocrisy

The British government may have condemned him in the end, but only after years of supplying him with weapons, writes Nicholas Gilby.…

  • Thu Nov 17 04:15:00 2011
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Killing Gaddafi: the death of legal justice

First it was Saddam, then bin Laden and now Gaddafi…

  • Tue Oct 25 09:11:00 2011
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Palestine: The role of recognition

Libby Powell on the considerable ramifications of Palestine’s bid for statehood.…

  • Thu Sep 29 05:06:00 2011
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Unending ‘9/11s’: A sad kind of freedom

A day of remembering – but also of not forgetting others who suffered, and continue to suffer, from the fall-out of the ‘war on terror’…

  • Mon Sep 12 09:10:00 2011
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Palestinian newborns are dying at checkpoints

Israeli soldiers blocking women in labour from reaching medical care have caused deaths of at least 35 newborns and five mothers, says a new Lancet report.…

  • Wed Jul 13 12:21:00 2011
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Iraq: a case of educide?

Is the killing of Iraqi academics and other professionals a case of pre-meditated murder of Iraq's intellectual élite? Could it constitute 'educide', a word yet to enter the international dictionary of crimes? …

  • Wed Apr 20 11:14:00 2011
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When people rise up...

As the ripples of rebellion spread through the Arab world, whats next for democracy?…

  • Fri Apr 1 10:46:00 2011
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Gaddafi regime's 'last stand' mentality

Stefan Simanowitz looks at the ‘responsibility to protect’ principle and assesses the extent to which the ICC referral might have backfired.…

  • Thu Mar 10 07:41:00 2011
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The Middle East peace envoy’s thirst for war

Second time round, we perhaps shouldn’t be surprised at Tony Blair’s performance…

  • Wed Jan 26 09:31:00 2011
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Blair’s wilful misrepresentation?

‘And he smiled a kind of sickly smile, and curled up on the floor,And the subsequent proceedings, interested him no more.’(Francis Brett Harte, 1836-1902)Felicity Arbuthnot considers the evidence.…

  • Tue Jan 25 08:02:00 2011
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