He is a liberal on the run, never stopping for long enough in one place to be pinned down, but soaring instead into the higher platitudes.
Posts Tagged: Afghanistan
We have a legal duty to intervene if chemical weapons are used, and that is a duty we must not fail.
And if he is strong and the West weak, why has his Ukraine invasion gone wrong – and why are our governments showing unity and resolution?
Rehman Chishti and Bashayer Al Majed: Let’s hold the Taliban to account on their vow to respect women’s rights
In financial sanctions and diplomatic recognition, the West has the tools to drive change in Kabul this International Women’s Day.
Mark Francois: Now the Government must tear up the Integrated Review, start again – and boost the army
The conventional war on the Central European landmass unfolding before us is a massive international event – comparable in security terms to a 9/11.
Is the British public remotedly prepared for possible cyber attacks aimed at our national infrastructure?
David Gauke: Sue Gray’s report. Yes, the Met should have been more robust earlier. But there’s no evidence of a stitch-up.
And: surely Johnson wants to know who authorised the Nowzad instruction. Plus: go on – make it all about Brexit.
My godson, the whistleblower, and the Nowzad animals. If the Prime Minister didn’t authorise their removal, who did?
A Foreign Office civil servant said one thing and Downing Street says another. What happened?
Ben Roback: Biden’s response to Russia shows a president desperate to repair his reputation at home and abroad
The President is scarred by his disastrous mishandling of the Taliban’s summer takeover of Afghanistan.
Robin Millar: History teaches us that appeasing aggression only fuels more aggression. It’s a lesson we must apply to Ukraine.
NATO must stand united against Russia’s desire to restore Soviet hegemony.
“We’ve already seen TV pictures of children so emaciated that they won’t survive. This is humanitarian.”
Those who wish to act against us or without us noticing, use these times of looking inward to act.
The mainstream reaction to the idea of her comeback is incredulity. But she could easily become the Democrats’ best hope.
One of my seasonal wishes is for the Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme (ACRS) to include people from such religious minority groups.
Sarah Ingham: Under Johnson, the Marie Antoinette of our times, a Labour government is no longer unimaginable
‘Let their frail elderly be unvisited in care homes. Let their weddings be postponed’, is the message of this Prime Minister.