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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To vote, Iraqis must risk their lives. Their democratic will should be respected

Nobody should doubt that Iraqis are capable of democracy. The question is, will they be allowed to exercise it?

Keep the arms embargo against China

Tony Blair's claims to a moral arms policy are being drowned out by sad, cynical laughter

George Bush's talk of spreading freedom and democracy is a sugar-coated lie

Blair and the liberals who thought we could ride neo-conservatism to a better world have been duped

A defining cause for the Labour Party

There's no point dodging the truth: redistribution will require more money and higher taxes

Sometimes we should look at what Blair has done, not listen to what he says

All the evidence shows there has been a significant redistribution of wealth under the current government

A trade unionist is murdered. But where are the voices of the left in condemnation?

A campaigning left is the only force that offers real hope on some of the biggest issues confronting the world

The dark shadow behind the Tories

There is no minority Howard will not turn on for electoral profit, even when people like his own family are involved

Why is religion on the rise again?

I fear the answer might be depressing. It might just be that atheism is cold and tough and hard to live with

The great betrayal: how the world is ignoring the victims of racist slaughter

These men on horseback have been scything through the black population of Darfur for more than a year

Will Charles Clarke take this opportunity to halt Labour's slide into authoritarianism?

There are plenty of people within the party who want its liberal tradition to rise again
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Isis an hour away from Baghdad -

and with no sign of Iraq army being able to make a successful counter-attack
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Turner Prize 2014 is frustratingly timid

The exhibition nods to rich and potentially brilliant ideas, but steps back
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The Earth’s animal wildlife population has halved in 40 years
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Early school hours mess with their biological clocks
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Hacked photos: the third wave

Why can no one stop hackers putting celebrities' private photos online?
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Homegrown ballerina is on the rise

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Education, education, education

TV documentaries filmed in classrooms are now a genre in their own right
It’s reasonable to negotiate with the likes of Isis, so why don’t we do it and save lives?

It’s perfectly reasonable to negotiate with villains like Isis

So why don’t we do it and save some lives?
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Is a sub-2-hour race now within sight?

Dennis Kimetto breaks marathon record
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Inside the E15 'occupation'

We shall not be moved, say Stratford single parents
Air strikes alone will fail to stop Isis

Air strikes alone will fail to stop Isis

Talks between all touched by the crisis in Syria and Iraq can achieve as much as the Tornadoes, says Patrick Cockburn
Nadhim Zahawi: From a refugee on welfare to the heart of No 10

Nadhim Zahawi: From a refugee on welfare to the heart of No 10

The Tory MP speaks for the first time about the devastating effect of his father's bankruptcy
Witches: A history of misogyny

Witches: A history of misogyny

The sexist abuse that haunts modern life is nothing new: women have been 'trolled' in art for 500 years
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Meet the most powerful woman in US television

Writer and producer of shows like Grey's Anatomy, Shonda Rhimes now has her own evening of primetime TV – but she’s taking it in her stride
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Endangered communities photographed 'like Kate Moss'

Jimmy Nelson travelled the world to photograph 35 threatened tribes in an unashamedly glamorous style