Ambitious students from the two countries shouldn’t be forced to settle elsewhere because of undue political pressure from the court of public opinion.
Posts Tagged: China
It has highlighted the failure of the Conservative leadership’s Sweetshop Theory of Politics.
Plus: Well done, Chris Philp. An ankle bracelet for Ann Widdecombe? And: Go on, Lord Ashcroft. Publish that Cameron biography before the next election.
Chinese investment will free-up British taxpayers’ cash for schools and hospitals, claims the Chancellor.
“I love Brussels. Don’t get wrong. Beautiful place. But as a tourist venue, it doesn’t hold a candle to London. In my view.”
After the past few months, here’s one of the most important questions: will allies be able to trust the U.S to come to their aid?
In an open letter to David Cameron, Sebastian Coe and others, Stephen Fry has called for a “absolute ban on… Read more »
In Cairo, Istanbul and Rio de Janeiro, the people are angry and out on the streets. But why now? These… Read more »
Which country do you think this is about: “Fitch Ratings has just downgraded [its] debt, warning that credit has jumped… Read more »
Nuclear fusion is the energy source of the future – and always will be. Or so the old joke goes…. Read more »
In a hugely insightful post for openDemocracy, Ivan Krastev has an interesting question for us: “…who is more democratic, Russia… Read more »
Lee Kuan Yew is the ‘father’ of modern Singapore and, therefore, one of the most successful statesmen of our age…. Read more »
In 1966, when France withdrew from NATO’s military command, Charles de Gaulle issued a demand that all American forces leave… Read more »
OK, here’s a question for you: On a per capita basis, what was the richest country on the world in… Read more »
Over the last couple of decades, the impact of Chinese manufacturing on factory jobs in the west has been roughly… Read more »