Developing World

A Norwegian Thatcher?

The leader of Norway's Progress Party, Siv Jensen, has a good chance of winning next year's election. In an interview with Standpoint editor Daniel Johnson, she explains her views; Bruce Bawer explains the background to her meteoric career

Helping Orphans to Stay the Course

Cecily's Fund provides funding and support for the schooling of Zambia's AIDS orphans

All at Sea Over Pirates

Piracy on the high seas, especially near failed and unstable Muslim states, is becoming an international security headache

Is Capitalism Morally Bankrupt?

Samuel Brittan and Edward Hadas, both distinguished economic commentators, discuss where to place the blame for the current global crisis with Standpoint editor Daniel Johnson

Saving the Pagans of Pakistan

This month's small charity making a big difference is the Hindu Kush Conservation Association

ONLINE ONLY: Letter from Bamian

The Taliban's vandalism of Afghanistan's greatest cultural treasure may be their most permanent legacy

The End of ‘Chimerica’

The delicate balance of power between China and American is unstable and the geopolitical consequences will affect us all

Darfur: Panic at the Palace

Rarely have expectations and realistic possibilities been so ill-matched as in Sudan

Underrated: Abroad

The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”

The king of cakes

"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"
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