Ramzy Baroud explains how NATO's foray into Libya is beginning to have unforseen consequences across North Africa
John Green reviews a book by John L. Wainwright about the life of international brigader Ivor Hickman
Stephen Gilbert argues that surveillance over the whole population involves an erosion of our basic liberties. We give away our rights at our own peril.
John Wight provides the historical background to the Easter Rising of 1916 that paved the way for Irish independence
Emmeline Ravilious reviews Nathan Englander's latest book
Uri Avnery writes about the determination of the Israeli state to keep Marwan Barghouti, Palestine's Mandela, behind bars
The decisions of political prisoners, Hana Shalabi and Khader Adnan, to go on hunger strike to protest their detention without charge has ignited a new wave of protest amongst Palestinian prisoners in Israel jails.
In his latest article on the upcoming French Presidential elections, David Eade looks at the crucial role French voters living in Britain will play in determining the winner
Marwan Barghouti, the prominent Palestinian political prisoner and Fatah leader, is a unifying figure among Palestinians, last week he called on Palestinians to launch a "large-scale popular resistance" which would "serve the cause of our people," writes Ramzy Baroud.
The removal of contributory Employment and Support Allowance assessment has not been a major talking point during the Welfare Reform Act's progress onto the statute book but I believe it is actually the most pernicious of all the benefit cuts which are just about to take place, writes Felix McHugh.