16 November 2001

How did we get from Manhattan to Kabul?

What has the West's war in Afghanistan got to do with 11 September?

13 November 2001

The more they talk about ‘choice’, the less we get

Whether it's selecting the sex of their baby or smoking in public, people should have the right to make the 'wrong' choices.

12 November 2001

Are we all meant to be Mujahideen now?

spiked editor Mick Hume in The Times (London).

9 November 2001

A war that nobody wants to fight

The carpet bombing in Afghanistan confirms the dreadful power of the American military machine. But it also reveals a sense of powerlessness within the US (and British) political elites.

6 November 2001

Muslim alienation has home-grown roots

spiked editor Mick Hume in The Times (London).

30 October 2001

Oh, what a 'wobbly' war

The New Labour establishment is so nervous that it has begun to imagine a powerful anti-war movement that exists only in its head.

22 October 2001

Propaganda defensive

Read spiked editor Mick Hume in The Times (London).

16 October 2001

Fear and defeatism infect the West

Why are the American and British governments worried about 'losing the propaganda war' to a lame terrorist with a camcorder in the desert?

8 October 2001

Now it is war - but for what?

First they told us we were at war with nobody in particular. Now they say we are not at war with somebody we are bombing.

28 September 2001

Why has Bush not pushed the button?

The US government lacks the authority or legitimacy to act decisively.