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Epic fail: The neocon attempt to destroy the anti-Iran war movement
NIAC has increasingly troubled the war crowd, "so much so that it has become one of their favourite targets".
Last updated: 07 May 2013 10:41 GMT
Terror in Oak Creek, another wake up call for US
Racist and vitriolic "us and them" language feeds a culture war that increasingly targets immigrants and non-whites.
Last updated: 15 Aug 2012 12:12 GMT
Romney's indiscreet adviser
In an effort to boost foreign policy credentials, US presidential candidate hires US-Lebanese neoconservative hawk.
Muhammad Idrees Ahmad
Last updated: 28 Oct 2011 14:02 GMT
Who funds Muslim-baiting in the US?
A new report details how a small group of donors and 'intellectuals' have pushed Islamophobia into the mainstream.
Last updated: 27 Aug 2011 13:21 GMT
The cold war on British Muslims
Conservative think-tanks help fuel a culture of fear, allowing far-right groups to prosper.
David Miller et al
Last updated: 05 Aug 2011 18:08 GMT
Anders Breivik's twisted time machine
With so much speculation surrounding the issue, what were the real motives behind Breivik's attacks?
Last updated: 03 Aug 2011 11:12 GMT
Islamophobes distance themselves from Breivik
As the media discovers more about the man behind the Norway attacks, connections to outspoken US Islamophobes are found.
Last updated: 26 Jul 2011 13:51 GMT
Norway's attacks reveal world of hatred
Initial reactions to the attacks in Norway showed a "clash of civilisations" exists, but not in the way many understood.
Last updated: 24 Jul 2011 14:40 GMT
Fighting 'hate speech' smears on Sheikh Salah
Palestinian activist Sheikh Raed Salah was barred from the UK due to unfair allegations from neo-conservatives.
Last updated: 01 Jul 2011 08:04 GMT
The 'new' rhetoric of Islamophobia
Islamophobes in and outside Congress are claiming that a mass 'radicalisation' of American Muslims is taking place.
Last updated: 13 Jan 2011 12:42 GMT
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JOURNALISM UNDER FIRE
Afghanistan will not be the next Iraq
Artisanal gold mining's curse on West African farming
William G Moseley
China's new territorial assertiveness
Richard Javad Heydarian
An independent Kurdistan? Yes, but not so fast
Saudi Arabia: Don't blame it all on the Islamic State
Mansour Almarzoqi Albogami
On journalistic responsibility: Media and Palestine
In Pictures: S Sudan's joyless anniversary
On the third anniversary of South Sudan’s independence the country’s humanitarian crisis is spiraling out of control.
In Pictures: Ramadan where the sun never sets
How do Muslims north of the Arctic Circle participate in Ramadan?
In Pictures: Pakistan's troubled Tirah Valley
Displaced in rebel violence, locals return only to find bombed out homes, burnt down schools and destroyed markets.
Three years since the start of the uprising, nine million people have been displaced by fighting.
Egypt in Turmoil
An in-depth look at Egypt's ongoing political crisis.
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