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10 November 2003
The term "anti-Semitism"
has a uniquely powerful association that is both useful and dangerous for
those who support the policy of the Israeli government.
29 September 2003
British politics is drowning in a culture of confrontation where reason and objectivity have little place. The Hutton enquiry shows that there can be another way.
1 September 2003
Some things are bound to
happen, one day, but it needn't be tomorrow. If future generations are to
thank them, political leaders need to know when to embrace destiny and when
to fight it with a policy of "inevitability postponed".
25 August 2003
The September dossier on
WMD was not so much a balanced judgement as the case for the prosecution.
Where in Downing Street were the people making the case for the other side?
4 August 2003
Language is democratic because only the listener or reader decides what it means. When a writer or speaker attempts to impose their message, they only succeed in deluding themselves.
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