The fortieth anniversary of the slaying of Allende has exposed some double standards among human-rights groups.
Middle East commentator Karl Sharro talks to a group of young filmmakers about what happened to the Arab Spring.
How Western liberals provided the moral ammo for the massacres in Egypt.
Westerners who love to be outraged by foreign tyranny are blasé about Egypt's.
The coup is a disaster. The Arab peoples must now go back to square one.
Must-reads from the past week
Claims that Egypt is infected by the 'disease' of misogyny are helping to boost the state's authority there.
The announcement that NATO is to station missiles on Turkey’s border confirms the internationalisation of the conflict.
Palestinian solidarity campaigns sound increasingly similar to bleeding-heart animal-rights campaigns.
The emotionally manipulative coverage of the Gaza conflict has taken the journalism of attachment to a new low.
ESSAY: Between being treated as a conduit for Western colonial guilt and as a beacon of Western Enlightenment, Israel is being slowly strangled.