Hitler, tweets and Trump: What do they have in common?
The internet and social media would have fascinated the dictator, who was a fool for technology. So is the president. But it’s the anonymity of hatred that make online trolls and Nazis so comparable, writes Robert Fisk
Trump’s hissy-fit will be chilling for Britain’s Middle East embassies
The betrayal of our man in Washington sends a message to every British diplomat: don’t criticise the dictators or their cops or their torturers. Stick to the cocktail circuit. And whatever you do, don’t tell the truth
The evidence we were never meant to see about the Douma ‘gas’ attack
The OPCW has opened the door to ridicule, when the simple truth would have been enough
Western states are all too happily avoiding culpability for war crimes
There are parallels between the sudden growth of the warped mindset which proposes to exonerate murderers before they commit their crime and historically murderous military regimes