The President finally looked as if he were spending a little time on policy and wooing American allies in Eastern Europe. Then…
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EU leaders are caught between the Islamic Republic’s atrocious record and the allure of its oil. We must take a stronger stance.
The Kurds have proved to be staunch allies against Daesh, and their forthcoming referendum will help them protect both themselves and us.
From tax and healthcare to foreign affairs, the administration is finally getting down to the business of government.
Our relationships with other countries are built and maintained by institutions on a generational basis, rather than presidential whim.
The savage attacks we have witnessed must drive us to work more closely with our regional allies.
Her new administration would be on the right side on the big issues – Brexit, immigration, Islamism; and would likely feel its way towards the right answer on the economy and trade.
Marxism, that failed social science, leads him to focus on terrorists’ circumstances, not the beliefs which really drive them to kill.
The Scottish Conservative leader criticised Jeremy Corbyn’s “simplistic” attempt to blame British foreign policy for the Manchester attack.
The Labour leader pledged “change at home and abroad” would reduce the threat of terrorism.
There is no foreign policy that could appease the likes of the Manchester terrorists. Islamists damn us if we intervene, and damn us if we don’t.
Iain Dale: Reducing net immigration to the tens of thousands? It will never happen. And it shouldn’t.
Plus: A diplomatic success for Trump. A Love Actually moment, please, from May. And: has anyone seen Diane Abbott?
The next few years abroad will be as absorbing as any in recent years, and will demand more of the new Tory intake’s attention than might be considered usual.
Macron’s win will enthuse Britain’s social democrats – who currently need all the cheering up they can get
Perhaps the reason why the Conservatives are marginalising them is that the former are shaping an electoral coalition big enough to include Leavers and Remainers.
Any military action against the country would be highly likely to create huge regional instability, economic disruption, as well as potential wider war and loss of life.