Articles by Susan Greenberg
Why doesn't Britain have a culture of serious non-fiction journalism like the US?
Now is the time to stand against all religious fundamentalism
I used to be a perfectionist, but I now realise that it is the plague of modern life
It's that man again. Jan Kavan's appointment as foreign minister brings back bleak memories of Prague politics
As Israel reaches mature middle age, Susan Greenberg asks whether the existence of a Jewish state has been good for the Jews. It is time to think aloud about costs as well as benefits
Clouds of hubris are gathering over the annual meeting of the world's most important people in Davos. Susan Greenberg says the organisers are so fearful of offending the participants that real debate...
Susan Greenberg loses her job in a good cause-offending China