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Arafat is Riding a Tiger

Published by The Sunday Independent, 17 July 1999 In an exclusive interview with Heidi Kingstone, Benjamin Netanyahu calls on the Palestinian leader to quell terrorism and explains why he will never share Jerusalem. Download this article as a PDF.  

Mental Health in Afghanistan

Published by The Big Issue, 23 January 2009 Mental health remains the orphan child of public health, and even more so in fragile states where health care systems are often non- existent or barely functioning. Psychosis and depression are still stigmatised, and governments of fragile states are often as weak as the whole country. Download this…
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Saddam Hussein’s Would-Be Successors

Published by The Jerusalem Report,  5 June 2002 With President Bush pledging to get rid of Saddam, Heidi Kingstone reports on rival and potential heirs gearing up to seize the moment.     Download this article as a PDF.      

Toppled in Baghdad, Clueless in Whitehall

Published by The Sunday Times, 21 October 2007 For the first time, the British general at the heart of post-war planning for Iraq tells Heidi Kingstone of the chaos in London and Washington. In early March 2003, as Britain and America prepared to invade Iraq, a casually dressed Tony Blair unexpectedly walked into the room at 10…
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Man with a Mission

Published by the Financial Times Magazine, 20 December 2003 After 45 years in exile, Ahmad Chalabi persuaded the US to share his dream of deposing Saddam Hussein. For his efforts, he was one of the first Iraqis to confront the captured dictator. Heidi Kingstone meets the man who may yet become Iraq’s next leader. Download the full…
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Liaisons Non-Dangereuses

Published by the Financial Times Magazine, 2/3 July 2005. A woman linked with the Blunkett affair falls prey to the paparazzi’s poetic licence. Download this article as a PDF. Visit Heidi Kingstone’s archive on Scribd.