John Gray / September 18, 2014
Twenty-five years after the wall's collapse, the greatest threat to the west comes from the groundless faith that history is on its side
Tom Dichter / September 18, 2014
Power as well as money must be handed to the recipients
Henry Kissinger on Iraq: “I don't think some people understood the extent of the cleavage between Shia and Sunni”
Bronwen Maddox / September 17, 2014
In an interview with Prospect’s Editor, Bronwen Maddox, the former US Secretary of State discusses America’s foreign policy in the Middle East
The American President finally has a strategy for dealing with the threat posed by the jihadists militants in Iraq and Syria, but will it work?
Roderick Parkes / September 8, 2014
The appointment of Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk to the Presidency of the European Council is an unmissable opportunity
Catrin Nye , Athar Ahmad / September 5, 2014
When the violent jihadist group Isis declared a Caliphate taking in parts of Syria and Iraq, they reignited a debate over the role of an Islamic state
"Severed heads on public display are not only acts of medieval nihilism, they are also calculated acts of strategic orchestration"
Yoweri Museveni has ensured that the west is dependent on him
Helen Gao / August 21, 2014
The premiere's operation is dominating local and international gossip