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Trump, Cohen and the dangers of impeachment

Trump, Cohen and the dangers of impeachment

Daniel Lewicki September 10, 2018 0

Michael Cohen’s admission of violating campaign finance laws on the instructions of then presidential candidate Donald Trump has placed talk of impeachment back at the centre of American political debate. On August 21 Mr

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How to deal with North Korea: some lessons from the Reagan Era

How to deal with North Korea: some lessons from the Reagan Era

Daniel Lewicki August 24, 2018 0

In 1985, US President Ronald Reagan travelled to Geneva to meet Mikhail Gorbachev, leader of the communist Soviet Union. After years of anti-communist rhetoric and pressure on the Soviets, the two heads of state

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The return of mercantilism? Libertarians and Trump’s trade war

The return of mercantilism? Libertarians and Trump’s trade war

Daniel Lewicki August 9, 2018 0

It is a generally uncontroversial tenant of economic liberalism that free trade is a ‘good thing’. This idea can be traced back to one of liberalism’s founding thinkers, 18 th century economist Adam Smith,

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The Not-So-Curious Case of AntiFa and Neo-Nazis

The Not-So-Curious Case of AntiFa and Neo-Nazis

Jordan Holbrook August 30, 2017 1

AntiFa and Neo-Nazis are not too dissimilar. They share similar ideals, have similar practices and are both inspired by the same ideology. As such, when Trump condemned the violence on both sides, he was

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Why Donald Trump is no conservative

Why Donald Trump is no conservative

James Bickerton August 29, 2017 1

The most significant political occurrence of the last few years has been the development of Donald J. Trump from narcissistic bigoted windbag to narcissistic bigoted windbag who controls what is by some margin the

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How Trump could strengthen the ‘Special Relationship’

How Trump could strengthen the ‘Special Relationship’

S.K. Khanna August 2, 2017 0

Trump and the Special Relationship Lord Palmerston, that audacious aristocrat, once howled in the House of Commons: ‘We have no eternal allies, and we have no perpetual enemies. Our interests are eternal and perpetual,

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What will President Trump mean for foreign policy?

What will President Trump mean for foreign policy?

Alexander Fiúza November 28, 2016 0

On 20th January 2017, Donald J. Trump will be sworn in as President of the United States of America. It is expected that his Presidency will mark something of a departure from the policies

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Sturgeon Respects Trump Victory, Ignores IndyRef

Sturgeon Respects Trump Victory, Ignores IndyRef

Thomas Walker November 9, 2016 0

“It is the verdict of the American people and we must respect it.” That was SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon’s comment on Donald Trump’s ‘surprise’ victory in the US presidential election. How fascinating it is to see

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Trump Wins: The backlash to PC culture is here

Trump Wins: The backlash to PC culture is here

Elena Rider November 9, 2016 1

Well, it looks like Donald Trump has clinched it. So, how? How did America’s answer to Sir Philip Green – a dodgy tycoon-come-reality-TV-star who is completely inexperienced in politics and entirely lacking in the

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Truth, temperament, and the Town Hall – lessons for the 2nd Presidential Debate

Truth, temperament, and the Town Hall – lessons for the 2nd Presidential Debate

Daniel Appiah October 7, 2016 0

The most telling moments from the first presidential debate were the 3 minutes after it had ended. A brave faced Donald stood away from the audience in an awkward Trump family tableau, clearly attempting

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