Johann Hari

Johann Hari has reported from Iraq, Israel/Palestine, the Congo, the Central African Republic, Venezuela, Peru and the US, and his journalism has appeared in The New York Times, Le Monde and others.

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Society, speed cameras and the relentless rise of a new selfishness

Yesterday I justified leaving my McDonald's carton on the Tube by thinking how rushed and stressed I was

I've changed my mind on animal rights

It became clear how shallow it was to dismiss an entire movement because of the rantings of its thickest members

When Kerry is more hawkish than Bush

When it comes to the 'War on Drugs', Kerry may, incredibly, be even worse than George Bush

The desecration of Olympic values

If hypocrisy and exploitation were a sport, the sportswear industry would win a gold medal

For all this feverish ideological debate, there is only one way to improve schools

Whatever politicians do about school structures, British pupils will only get what we pay for

Now hand over your suspects, Mr Bush

The sight of tyrants on trial is a rare moment of accountability, but don't be fooled

Pictures, foetuses and a misconceived debate

If a pro-choice argument is not propounded now, support for abortion will be sandpapered down

The new radicalism of black Britain

If mainstream politicians don't deliver justice, smart, fascistic Farrakhans will develop messages of hate

Liberal despair will not help Iraq now

Iraqis are refusing to allow war to disrupt their lives - and are greeted with silence by progressive Brits

Pick a fight with the undeserving rich

Lloyd George said he was in favour of people who earned their money, and against people who simply inherited it
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