Tag: Foreign Affairs

This last Tuesday, November 28, a new session of talks between the opposition and the Syrian government opened in Geneva, under the auspices of the…

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“How disappointing Mr Bond. Your pitiful little island hasn’t even been threatened.” I recalled these words of Blofeld, the arch-villain of Diamonds are Forever, when…

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Both sides of the Brexit negotiations are sticking doggedly to their guns. The UK is determined to show that crucial items like the Irish border…

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For many, Trump can do no right. The latest cause for concern is the aggressive rhetoric with North Korea that many feel is pushing far…

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Patriotism. Noun. Devoted love, support, and defence of one’s country; national loyalty. The right, as epitomised by the Daily Mail, have co-opted patriotism, whereas for…

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For most of you reading this, 2016 was a terrible year. Perhaps there are some out there who believe the opposite is true: given Nigel…

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A recent article by Nouriel Roubini suggests that an isolationist American policy will inevitably lead to armed conflict. He describes it as the end of…

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