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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How can intelligent people use alternative medicine?

It is not harmless to profit from selling lies to sick and dying people

Who really cares about our politicians' sex lives? It's just trivial gossip...

This isn't about whether you like the Home Secretary or not. It's about a choice we all have to make

Has political correctness gone mad - or has Michael Howard lost the plot?

We hardly hear words like 'nigger' now for one reason: generations of politically correct people fought against them

Why does Blair persist in acting as if Britain is a conservative country?

They put right-wing policies in your face. The progressive polices come later, quieter, in a slow shuffle

How the world's biggest corporations are fuelling genocide in Sudan

They have ignored the pleas of human rights groups and handed money to the Khartoum serial killers for oil

I love junk food - but that's my choice

Many poor people are trapped in 'food deserts'; there just isn't any fresh food on sale within travelling distance

Is suicide always a selfish act?

Sylvia Plath tried all the anti-depressants and treatments and nothing worked. She made a rational choice to die

How do you defend the destruction of Fallujah to the people who live there?

I must confess to uncertainty: I can't see any way to hold elections unless this city is reclaimed

Who are you to laugh at chavs?

When I hear people ranting about chavs, I want to lock them on a council estate with £100 a week and three kids

The Queen should apologise to Dresden

The doctrine of total war is simple. It is the belief that when at war anything and everything is a legitimate target
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