War on Iraq
Podcast: Karl Sharro, Brendan O'Neill and Bill Durodié debate the crisis in Iraq.
The Brits who become jihadists have some very familiar-sounding prejudices.
Western intervention has destroyed Iraq, as spiked predicted it would.
It’s moral cowardice to beg Chilcot to condemn Bush and Blair.
The real beneficiary of Western intervention is al-Qaeda.
Must-reads from the past week
The bloody mess created by the occupation of Iraq was built on the West's own weakness and incoherence.
The UK Supreme Court ruling that servicemen can sue the Ministry of Defence for negligence is a disaster for troop morale and the public good.
The aim of that million-strong demo 10 years ago was not to stop the invasion of Iraq but merely to advertise decent people’s distaste for it.
It is fitting that Tony Blair should cheer Cameron's meddling in Africa, considering it's driven by shallow, reckless, Blair-style posturing.
The interminable occupation of Iraq exposes the crazy idea that Western forces can liberate foreign peoples.