Clare Short reflects on her time in Parliament and government and discusses her current activities as chair of numerous charities and NGOs campaigning for communities and groups in the developing world.
Clare Short talks Page 3, nationalism, and the future of the Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn's leadership.
Clare Short speaks as chair of the Cities Alliance management board about the need to put housing at the core of solutions to urban poverty in the developing world.
Clare Short believes that Blair has lost the plot and will never escape 'crimes against peace'.
The Chilcot Report will be little read and fails to address the issue at the heart of the Iraq fiasco: the lack of constitutional oversight of decision-making procedures at the very top of government and the civil service.
Clare Short argues that air strikes will not be enough to stop Islamic State and end the refugee crisis.
Clare Short speaks to Civil Service World about her early experience as a civil servant in the Home Office and why she believes the system as a whole needs reform.
Mining and drilling are essential to the industrial world, but they are also linked to severe environmental and social damage, not to mention corruption.
Clare Short discusses with economist Ha-Joon Chang the ringfencing of overseas aid and the prospects, in light of this, for development.
Clare Short discusses country-by-country reporting on the extractive industries and the role of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative.
Clare Short shares her current thoughts on development and foreign aid and discusses her work as Chair of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative.
The new chair of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative gives her thoughts on the 'resource curse', recent events in North Africa, and the future of the global transparency initiative.