Articles By Denis MacShane
 
July/August 2013
A former minister for Europe explains why the Europhiles are losing—and why the French still don’t believe Cameron is serious
 
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July/August 2010
Britain should support Turkey's European ambition. Criticising Israel's policy on Gaza is not the way to do it
 
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April 2009

Although previously banned, Tariq Ali's books can now be read anywhere in Pakistan. In the aftermath of the jihadist attacks in Mumbai and on the Sri Lankan cricket team, will the Brit-Pak's fluent words offer any solutions to the problems there?

 
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November 2008
‘Is there an absolute measure to settle the argument on limits of freedom of speech? No. Each law-making democracy must decide for itself’
 
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