Ethnicity

‘In the struggle against terrorism, is our foreign policy an aggravating factor? Yes, in that anything we do aggravates them’

New York: A Cousin in the White House

US Election Week diary: New Yorkers and their attitudes towards the new president

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

ONLINE ONLY: The Great Divide

The deadliest but least understood Middle Eastern faultline is between Sunni and Shia

Through a Glass Darkly

Black and white supporters of Barack Obama are voting for very different presidents

Saving the Pagans of Pakistan

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

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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