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ISIS Is A Shape-Shifting Beast: We’ll Need A New Whip

ISIS Is A Shape-Shifting Beast: We’ll Need A New Whip

Lee Jenkins November 24, 2015 1

The deadly terror attacks in Paris that killed 132 people and injured many more mark a particularly deadly turn in the West’s struggle to crush Islamic State (IS) – but they fit a pattern of behaviour

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If ISIS Want a War, They’ve Got One

If ISIS Want a War, They’ve Got One

Robert Tyler November 20, 2015 1

The Paris attacks changed my views on intervention and tackling terrorism. Here’s why it should change yours as well. For the last 4 years of blogging, I have prided myself on being anti-war and

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Putin’s Syrian Wrecking Ball Is Exposing The West’s Negligence

Putin’s Syrian Wrecking Ball Is Exposing The West’s Negligence

Lee Jenkins October 6, 2015 0

The seemingly endless Syrian Civil War took a dramatic turn last week as Russian jets began a bombing campaign against anti-government groups from bases within Syria. The attacks come after months of Russian military

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Why Are We Still Barring Artists Like It’s Legitimate – It’s An Absolute Farce

Why Are We Still Barring Artists Like It’s Legitimate – It’s An Absolute Farce

Joey Simnett October 2, 2015 0

There seems to be a repeating theme that, every couple of years, we get a new rationalisation by our saviours the government as to why we can’t do certain things that don’t immediately affect

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Lines in the Sand – Why Iraq must fall

Lines in the Sand – Why Iraq must fall

Old Holborn June 15, 2014 1

The hideous megalomaniac has surfaced as the blood starts to flow once again in Iraq. Blair is desperately rushing from media studio to media studio to insist that the barbarity currently being inflicted in

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Is It Time To Just Let Assad Win?

Is It Time To Just Let Assad Win?

Lee Jenkins October 3, 2013 0

A regime victory is now the least bad outcome for Syria and the world. It’s cost over 100,000 dead, with millions languishing in refugee camps and swaths of ancient cities heartbreakingly destroyed by all

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The 5 Breeds Of Hawk Circling Syria

The 5 Breeds Of Hawk Circling Syria

Lee Jenkins September 12, 2013 0

As the war drums beat in Paris and Washington, we look at the five types of British hawk eager to get a piece of the action in Syria Maude Flanders Collective The vaguest but

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What Syria Tells Us About Libertarianism

What Syria Tells Us About Libertarianism

Richard Elliott September 5, 2013 2

With the recent alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria, we have seen the heavy-hitting countries amongst the international community, such as Britain, the US and Russia, fortify their respective foreign policies, whether in

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Syria’s Effect On Britain’s Political Parties

Syria’s Effect On Britain’s Political Parties

Lee Jenkins September 5, 2013 0

Last week’s historic vote was a blow for Cameron. But how did it impact the other parties? Tories There is no getting away from the fact that the defeat in Parliament last week was

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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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