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Putting a cross on a piece of paper once every few years is virtually the electorate’s only involvement in our so-called democracy, we thereby elect…

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In March 2003, the United States decided to invade Iraq. To do so, it had to violate the United Nations Charter, of which it had…

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History will remember the decade 2010-2019 as the decade during which Westerners lost their leadership in world affairs. Does this mean that the West –…

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Warring Fictions: Left Populism and it’s defining myths (Rowman & Littlefield, 2019) Colin Talbot talks to Chris Clarke, one of the latest writers to try…

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Long-standing lib Dems, battered by a disappointing general election result – the third in a row – then had to cope with a Guardian column…

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Nobody wants to fuck a Centrist. I’ve got evidence for this and so do you. Cast your mind back to your student days. Or, if…

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The outcome of the election has, no doubt, many lessons to teach us. For me, I have learned one big lesson: in evaluating policy positions…

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In early December 2019, the Turkish Navy expelled an Israeli oceanographic vessel from Cypriot territorial waters. On board were not only researchers from Ben Gurion…

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Three years ago, we published a book entitled The Death of Liberal Democracy? Many of our friends and acquaintances were shocked that we would even…

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So the Corbynista-Momentum fantasy politics show is over. The British people heard what Corbyn and his fellow travellers were selling – and they weren’t buying….

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