Gareth Browne

A picture of Saddam Hussein is burned by U.S. Marines April 7, 2003 in Qal'at Sukkar, Iraq. The 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit entered the town looking for weapons and destroying pictures of Saddam Hussein. (Chris Hondros/Getty Images)

IN THE SHADOW OF SADDAM

It is not uncommon to hear accusations that many of the Middle East’s current problems would not have existed if it wasn’t for the 2003 invasion of Iraq by America and a significant number of its allies in the “Coalition of the willing”. Some even go as far as to appear to be romanticising the […]

Sleepwalking city

DON’T SLEEPWALK INTO THE CITY

Resist the misplaced attraction of crappy quarterly targets and overpriced post-work drinks. Be original, persistent and chase your ideals.