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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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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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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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How A Trip On The Eurostar Changed My Mind About Migrants

How A Trip On The Eurostar Changed My Mind About Migrants

Robert Tyler September 11, 2015 0

Through National Papers, PMQs and even the State of the European Union, the so called ‘migrant crisis’ has been talked about to death, yet very little has been done so far. Now I could

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Former UKIP Candidate Blames Child Migrant Death On Greed

Former UKIP Candidate Blames Child Migrant Death On Greed

Joey Simnett September 3, 2015 1

Peter Bucklitsch, failed UKIP parlimentary candidate for Wimbledon and former Lib Dem and Tory (what?), prompted outrage on social media this afternoon after claiming that the infamous photo of drowned Syrian toddler Aylan Kurdi was

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Nem, köszönöm – Hungary Uses Unemployed For State Project

Nem, köszönöm – Hungary Uses Unemployed For State Project

Joey Simnett August 28, 2015 0

Where there’s a will there’s a wall. It’s recently been reported that Hungary has been building a 175km fence across its southern border to keep out asylum seekers, notably from Syria and Afghanistan. The

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The Scourge of the Islamic State.

The Scourge of the Islamic State.

Lee Jenkins August 12, 2014 0

Video via Journeyman Pictures The group operating under the banner of IS (The Islamic State), formerly ISIS (The Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (or Syria)), used to function under the banner of al-Qaeda

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Obama’s Amateur Hour Foreign Policy Legacy

Obama’s Amateur Hour Foreign Policy Legacy

Lee Jenkins June 19, 2014 0

On Iran, Syria, Ukraine, Libya and Iraq, Obama has stumbled from one crisis to another with seemingly limitless ineptitude It started well enough; in his first major foreign policy speech after election, Obama addressed the

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