The remnants of the ethical foreign policy consensus from the Blair and Cameron governments are likely to go with Britain out of the EU. Continue reading Why British ‘ethical’ foreign policy will be watered down even further
The idea that the Conservative Party has run out of ideas and looks to the Labour party for them is not new. Continue reading Which Jeremy Corbyn policies might the Tories adopt next?
Will Western nations ever take a stronger line on China if they benefit from trading with them? Continue reading Xinjiang’s tainted cotton shows how reliant the West has become on China
Our soldiers represent Great Britain internationally. How we expect them to behave whilst on active service and how we respond if they fall short of the high standards we expect says a lot about us as a nation. Continue reading Trump Blackwater pardons: Why soldiers need to be held accountable for crimes overseas
Americans were assigned just $600 each in the latest stimulus bill – so why is so much money going to foreign and corporate interests? Continue reading Stimulus Bill: $33 million for Venezuelan ‘Democracy Projects’, but just $600 for Americans?
American voters not only bid adieu to Donald Trump from the Oval Office, but, above all, from the desk of commander-in-chief. Continue reading Looking back on Donald: Five unprecedented measures Trump took in office
Joe Biden, like the neoliberalism he represents, is a malignant and increasingly spent force. Continue reading Trump’s defeat should be celebrated. But Biden’s victory is less of a cause for joy.
Kanye West’s decision to run for President was, at best, ill-advised, and at worst, destructive. The hip-hop artist could end up swinging the election for Donald Trump. Continue reading Electoral College: Could Kanye West steal Biden voters in crucial swing states?
Marcus Rashford’s campaign to extend free school meals can inspire long-term change in Britain – but it must be about more than school dinners. Continue reading Marcus Rashford’s campaign can bring long-term change in Britain
Amy Coney Barrett, perhaps the most controversial Supreme Court nominee America has seen in years, has divided the nation – and not just in terms of opinion and policy, but on feminism. Continue reading Criticise Amy Coney Barrett – but only for her politics