Articles by Fred Halliday
New Labour has taken British foreign policy in some startlingly new directions. It's a pity that the debate about it has been dogged by point-scoring over the "ethical dimension"
Will the Brazilian domino fall? The country's federal system may push it over
The "long war" between Islam and the west is a side-show to the much deeper conflict over modernisation within Muslim societies. Interests of states, ethnic rivalries and confessional differences...
Northern Ireland's historic Good Friday agreement must overcome the failures of 1798, 1916 and 1968. Demography may not end partition but a "third tradition" could transcend it