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At the NATO summit in London on 3 and 4 December 2019, there was a lot of talk about Russia and relatively little about Kosovo…

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Heavens above, political campaigners can be obstuse and dull: I was never so aware of it as I am now. Of course, what now seems…

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Inequality is corrosive to society and it is increasing. ‘The richest one per cent of people in the UK own more than twenty times the…

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There has been a shift in the world today in the way that people engage with each other, from the endorsement of co-operation and tolerance,…

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There’s no escaping the anniversary in the German media. 30 years ago, Günter Schabowski famously declared at the East German government press conference of 9…

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Donald Trump may not have given enough thought to his historic decision of October 6. On that day, after talking on the phone with the…

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To give a simple face to complex hostile movements constructed by a radical vision of Islam, America needed, over the past thirty years, to build…

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Neither revolution nor reformation can ultimately change a society, rather you must tell a new powerful tale, one so persuasive that it sweeps away the…

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The Asset-Based Health Inquiry launched last week, investigating how best to develop social prescribing, which NHS England is finally now rolling out. It is designed…

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Many people will be puzzled. Why is the Northern Ireland (NI) issue so difficult to resolve in the Brexit negotiations? When recently questioned about it,…

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