Battles of the mind
One man's dream is another man's nightmare. Philip Taylor looks for a voice of reason in the world of propaganda wars
Spreading the news
Nyier Abdou talks to the International Action Centre's Sara Flounders about resistance in the information age
I drove down [to Washington] by car with four friends for the rally and march. We left at 3:30 in the morning, and got to DC by 11am...
Saturday, 18 January, was a day of international protest, with large-scale demonstrations in the US and elsewhere in the world...
In search of Iraqi credibility
What goes on behind the scenes in the search for Iraqi weapons of mass destruction? Michael Jansen in Baghdad follows the inspectors
Hopes and dreams
Pernille Bramming finds that Iraqis reminisce about the past and dream of the future. Anything to forget the present
Braced for war
Most Kuwaitis have become comfortable with the US military presence in their country as they prepare themselves for a war in Iraq. James Martone reports from Kuwait City
Against the backdrop of current events, the war on Iraq is starting to seem inevitable...
Many birds, few stones
Although Turkey has yet to respond to the US's request for support in a war on Iraq, as Gareth Jenkins writes, the country's new government is busy manoeuvring on the domestic, regional and international fronts
Many believe that oil would be the motivation behind any future war in the Gulf. John Sfakianakis investigates the significance of Iraq's oil
Stepping into a burgeoning gap
Does anyone really know, asks Amira Howeidy , how a war on Iraq will resonate in Egypt?
Massive "No War" protests in Washington
Defying arctic conditions and a war-mongering administration, 200,000 protestors marched in Washington chanting "No war in Iraq." Khaled Dawoud reports
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Concessions offered by Iraq in talks with UN inspectors seem unlikely to deter the United States from going ahead with its plans for war, Khaled Dawoud reports from Washington
From Arabism to regionalism
Does the Istanbul meeting on Iraq mean the end of Arabism and the beginning of regionalism? Dina Ezzat looks for an answer