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Sir Vince Cable in conversation with Annabelle Timsit As a follow up to Radix’s recent webinars on relations between China and the West, former Leader…

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The Chesham and Amersham by-election has caused a bit of an earthquake in a political landscape that many thought was frozen with no credible opposition…

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It is one of the great ironies of history that, east and west, the liberation of the agricultural slaves and serfs – the people who…

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Twenty-seven years ago next month, I was drinking tea in the mahogany dining room of an Admiral in the small Dorset village of Ferndown with…

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This article appeared in Times of Malta Why is anyone surprised? A battle has broken out between the EU and the UK government around the…

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Sarah works in our local Steyning bookshop – one of those magical places that have had the kind of effect on my small town that…

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Lebanon is crying, even though it is a country blessed by the gods. Its mountainous territory is not large (the equivalent of two French departments),…

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This post first appeared in the newsletter of the Australian Sensible Centre. The disconnect between the day-to-day business of our political institutions and the long…

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My brother-in-law appears to be becoming some kind of bellwether of British electoral politics – he has voted at least four ways to my certain…

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In about 1600, the privy counsellors and courtiers of Elizabeth I fretted about the succession, as the Queen had failed to confirm her heir. Machinations…

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