Imtiaz A Hussain | The Daily Star
  • Imtiaz A Hussain

  • From Russia With Fatal Love

    Ian Fleming's trademark narrative has returned: Russia playing the same old game he wrote so much about (if one remembers James Bond, his boss, M, and their Soviet obsession).
  • Canada's US dilemma

    Every time Donald J Trump berates Canada, the friendliest neighbour any country could have, those Gerry Rafferty/Joe Egan lyrics from a Stealer's Wheel song rings through my mind.
  • Losing that IQ feeling?

    Homo sapiens could not have faced the erosion of their cutting-edge claims at a worse time.
  • Puff the plastic dragon

    Puff was a mythological dragon, made famous by one of the original, 1960s, folk-rock bands, consisting of Peter, Paul, and Mary. He lived “by the sea”, and would “frolic in the autumn mist” in a land they called Honah Lee.
  • World Cup and International Relations

    As one of the most widely watched human activity, soccer's World Cup Championship unleashes raw competition between countries, raising emotions that cover almost every stripe we know and triggering nationalism of even a guttural kind.