Uri Avnery shows how the differences that exist between the different cultural blocs in Israeli society are a barrier to peace
This rant is aimed at your crassness, Cameron. It goes to the heart of what is art, and why it's so important in preparing people for democracy, says outRageous!
Peter Tatchell says democratising economic decision-making is the key to a fairer society and a more stable economy
Following her description of the religious police as "ex-convicts and drug addicts", a Saudi judge has demanded withdrawing the nationality of a female journalist, writes Iqbal Tamimi.
Regardless of who may rule Israel, little change ever occurs in the country's foreign policy, writes Ramzy Baroud.
Attending social security and disability appeal tribunals in 2012 is like watching a Dickens adaptation on the television, says Felix McHugh.
Emmeline Ravilious reviews Tom Harris - Why I'm Right and Everyone Else is Wrong, a collection of the MP's blogs and more
Rhys Harrison reviews 'Iron Lady', a recent film about the life of Margaret Thatcher
In this and other nations, there are groups of children who can be abused with impunity, says George Monbiot.
For years now the debate over choices of far-right supporters has created social and ethical tensions. Since the political rumble of the 1970s and 1980s, which sparked far-left and far-right tensions, the far-right membership has increased and declined more than any other political following, writes Elijah Pryor.