The capture of Radovan Karadzic offers hope for the future of Serbia
Savaged by a regime that sacrificed quality for cash, the network needs to return to striking and original programmes. Can Michael Grade pull it off, or is ITV’s decline terminal?
Why we should fear the consequences of an Obama presidency for Europe’s unstable periphery
Barack Obama sounds troublingly like an “America Firster”
British politicians are ignoring Iraq just when it needs us most
Why Britain’s ‘Budget Support’ is the worst kind of foreign aid.
The world reacted with horror when it saw a 12-year-old boy shot dead by Israeli soldiers. But the footage, it transpires, told a lie
Barack Obama has the mood, the momentum and the money in his favour – but John McCain’s character and record could yet swing November’s presidential election for the Republicans
Northern Europeans are tying themselves in knots about patriotism and identity politics
How the Pentagon discovered renewable energy