The secret NATO report, "State of the Taliban 2012," commissioned by the US and NATO was never supposed to see the light of day. Unfortunately for the US war party it was leaked to the press, writes Thomas Riggins
Catherine Wilson reports how a housing crisis in Papua New Guinea's capital is socially empowering squatter communities
John Green reviews the latest book from an up and coming journalist who describes herself as a journalist, author, feminist, socialist, utopian, general reprobate and troublemaker
Women of every oppressed nationality are often at the helm of revolutionary movements. Unfortunately, the contributions of women are frequently dismissed or forgotten
Peter Tatchell gives his thoughts on what a post homophobic society might look like
John Pilger reveals the extent to which the White House will go to silence 'Whistleblowers' speaking the truth
In the first LPJ sports column, Felix McHugh gives a rundown of events in the world of football
One would think that the years between 1991 - the first war on Iraq - and 2003 would have been enough to convince US-led Western allies that economically besieged, politically isolated and war torn Iraq had no capacity for producing WMDs, writes Ramzy Baroud.
Felix McHugh looks at the extraordinary and insulting comments made by the Minister for Disabled People
Conservatism is linked to low intelligence; but the real idiots are the progressives letting it win, writes George Monbiot.