Pramoedya Ananta Toer, Indonesia's leading novelist, was jailed for 14 years under Suharto's New Order. Before the June elections, he reflects on Indonesian politics and writer's block.
Britain is sleepwalking into a constitutional revolution. There has been little Britain-wide debate on the rationale or implications of the changes. Nor has the pluralist logic of the new system of...
League tables of school results are often criticised for being simplistic. What many educationalists want to see instead are "added value" tables. These would take account of the abilities of pupils...
Is this the end of the world? All my friends are dying, and Fergal Keane's sanctimonious voice drones in the background.
Robert Skidelsky and Michael Ignatieff debate whether military intervention over Kosovo is justified
I used to be a perfectionist, but I now realise that it is the plague of modern life
Kosovo is a reminder that despite the end of history, most of the world still resents the west
Spain's model of "asymmetrical devolution" may not be very encouraging for those who want devolution to come to a rest.