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The Syrian butchery is Ed Miliband’s main legacy

The Syrian butchery is Ed Miliband’s main legacy

James Bickerton April 6, 2017 0

How will history remember Ed Miliband? I don’t blame you if you haven’t given this question much thought. Ed Miliband doesn’t give the impression of being a has been, he gives the impression of

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Endgame In Syria: 3 Scenarios Nobody Wanted

Endgame In Syria: 3 Scenarios Nobody Wanted

Lee Jenkins September 5, 2013 0

Too much blood has been spilled for a negotiated settlement acceptable to all sides. There’s now only three shows in town for a broken Syria Assad Victory Inconceivable as it may have seemed at

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Remembering Mandela The Man

Remembering Mandela The Man

Backbencher June 29, 2013 0

As Mandelamania ramps up and previously pro-apartheid South Africa politicians here and abroad polish off their eulogies, Samuel Kerr looks at the positive achievements of an imperfect leader. I was recently sitting around the

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The UK’s aid in Syira

Backbencher June 10, 2013 2

By Rachel Auld Syria is situated, as most of us know next to some very hostile countries and the crisis in the country has had a knock-on effect in Lebanon and Israel.  A country

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Britain & Syria: No Road To Damascus

Britain & Syria: No Road To Damascus

Lee Jenkins May 22, 2013 0

Britain has few cards to play in Syria, but its playing them well. On Monday Foreign Secretary William Hague addressed the House to reaffirm the British position on the crisis in Syria. By far

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Chechnya, Russia and The Boston Bombings

Chechnya, Russia and The Boston Bombings

Backbencher April 29, 2013 0

How a savage insurgency in Eurasia spread to Boston, and why Russia has its own problems. You’ll have been forgiven for not immediately being able to place Chechnya on a map. An unloved scrap

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Should the fate of Syria rest on the West?

Should the fate of Syria rest on the West?

Backbencher November 20, 2012 1

Oliver Demaine discusses; The Arab-Spring, one of the most revolutionary times the middle-east has seen for centuries. Leaders fought off their position of ‘solid’ power by the people of the States they have ruled

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