Alexander Chancellor

Alexander Chancellor is a columnist for the Guardian.

Fighting Words
Dec. 16 2011 1:18 AMBrilliant ContrarianismA delightful spat between Hitchens and Conrad Black, who owned the magazine he worked for.
The Breakfast Table
March 7 2002 1:26 PMTony Blair's Charmed Life
The Breakfast Table
March 5 2002 3:43 PMA Breathtaking Remark
The Breakfast Table
March 4 2002 12:26 PMEradicating Poverty in the Homelands of Terrorism: Not a Guarantee of Safety
Slate Uk
Feb. 28 2002 2:21 PMOn Walton Street
Slate Uk
Feb. 26 2002 2:32 PMImitating the Oscars
Slate Uk
Feb. 1 2002 3:37 PMSafety First
Slate Uk
Jan. 30 2002 3:34 PMA National Portrait
Slate Uk
Jan. 28 2002 2:31 PMKindness to Animals
International Papers
May 12 2000 3:00 AMFear of Dubya
International Papers
May 5 2000 3:00 AMThe Euro in Free Fall 
International Papers
April 28 2000 3:00 AMIssues of Law and Order
International Papers
April 18 2000 3:00 AMThe Welcome Crash
International Papers
April 10 2000 11:30 PMThe Blair Baby Project
International Papers
April 4 2000 3:00 AMThe Trials of Gulliver 
Obit
March 31 2004 3:37 PMAlistair CookeAmerica's pet Brit, Britain's favorite American.
The Breakfast Table
March 6 2002 11:42 AMA Ridiculous Reward
The Breakfast Table
March 5 2002 10:44 AMMean, Treacherous, Cowardly
Slate Uk
March 1 2002 1:30 PMThe Good Prince
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Feb. 27 2002 2:45 PMClass Meltdown
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Feb. 25 2002 2:09 PMMore Graves Dug
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Jan. 31 2002 3:09 PMParty Time
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Jan. 29 2002 5:03 PMClub Rules
International Papers
May 18 2000 11:30 PMThe Lure of the Dreaming Spires
International Papers
May 8 2000 11:30 PMWar of Words 
International Papers
May 2 2000 3:00 AMGuerrilla Gardening
International Papers
April 21 2000 3:00 AMGloom Over Zimbabwe
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April 14 2000 3:00 AMHistorians at War
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April 7 2000 3:00 AMMandela Accuses the United States of Racism 
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March 3 2000 3:30 AMUncle Vladimir's Cabin 

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The World
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  Business
Continuously Operating
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  Life
Gentleman Scholar
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  Double X
The XX Factor
Oct. 22 2014 4:27 PM Three Ways Your Text Messages Change After You Get Married
  Slate Plus
Tv Club
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  Arts
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  Technology
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  Health & Science
Wild Things
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  Sports
Sports Nut
Oct. 20 2014 5:09 PM Keepaway, on Three. Ready—Break! On his record-breaking touchdown pass, Peyton Manning couldn’t even leave the celebration to chance.