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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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Why the UK Must Now Embrace the Anglosphere

Why the UK Must Now Embrace the Anglosphere

Kyle Scott Pirie June 30, 2017 0

Despite what ‘Remoaners’ tell you, there is a world beyond Europe. This is where the UK’s future lies, not in an outdated bureaucratic regime. Unfortunately, we do not sit on many natural resources and

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Inauguration Protests: The Hypocrisy of the Left Divides America

Inauguration Protests: The Hypocrisy of the Left Divides America

Elena Rider January 21, 2017 0

It could easily be a picture of two different countries: crowds of smiling, patriotic Trump supporters cheering as their new President announces an end to difficulties for the working class and vows to eradicate

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15 September: When the US Fed Called Time on Lehman

15 September: When the US Fed Called Time on Lehman

David Buik September 15, 2016 0

Having been in the market place for 53 years I suppose 15th September 2008 has to be the worst day in the history of banking by a country mile. Erin Callan, the FD of

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How the numbers are adding up for Trump

How the numbers are adding up for Trump

Joe Peverill May 7, 2016 0

With a critical victory in the Indiana primary on Tuesday the billionaire businessmen Donald Trump, originally ridiculed by the GOP elite as a reality TV candidate, was declared the presumptive presidential nominee of the

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A Conservative Defense of the #SCOTUSmarriage

A Conservative Defense of the #SCOTUSmarriage

Robert Tyler June 27, 2015 0

Yesterday the Supreme Court of the United States of America ruled in a landmark case that saw Same-Sex Marriage made legal across all 50 states. The Court ruled 5 to 4 in favour of

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The Return Of Great Power Diplomacy

The Return Of Great Power Diplomacy

Lee Jenkins March 6, 2014 2

In case you missed it, international relations has gone all retro Despite what Twitter has told you, WW3 is not imminent, and nor is a new Cold War; the nuclear weapons aren’t one a

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Have The Palestinians Scuppered The Latest Peace Talks?

Have The Palestinians Scuppered The Latest Peace Talks?

Backbencher November 14, 2013 0

Quell surprise; Middle Peace talks are going nowhere. But who’s to blame? Bad news and acrimony seem to be the only tangible products coming out of the latest round of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. At

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74% of Americans blame Republicans for government shutdown

74% of Americans blame Republicans for government shutdown

Backbencher October 17, 2013 0

Lizzie Roberts examines the consequences the US government shut-down has had, and the potential future effects. On Wednesday afternoon, we finally saw the light at the end of the tunnel for the US government

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The Overplayed Historic Comparisons Of China-US Relations

The Overplayed Historic Comparisons Of China-US Relations

Lee Jenkins August 15, 2013 2

How China and the United States interact will shape the next century. They have the potential to lead the world into a new golden age of peace, prosperity, and security for all – or

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