They lack what Lenin called a vanguard of committed full time revolutionaries willing to brave death to transform their society, as Edmund Burke put it, “upon a theory.”
Posts Tagged: Syria
When America falters and fails to back up freedom against aggression, people suffer.
Rehman Chishti believes the vote was a mistake, but a recent trip to Washington showed me otherwise.
The consequences of last summer’s vote are lost exports, a weakened reputation – and opportunities for France at our expense.
The Opposition’s foreign policy positions are an unsettling mix of opportunism and accident.
It was a notable achievement, in itself, that face-to-face talks took place between the two sides in Syria’s civil war.
The Prime Minister was speaking in PMQs, where he added that particular help will be given to victims of sexual violence.
Immigration, the Prime Minister, Syria, Boris Johnson, Iran and George Osborne were all important factors.
The shameful truth is that Western intervention has been a catastrophe for the Christian inhabitants of Iraq and other Middle Eastern countries
Even without a new whip-round from the British Treasury, Project Maja seemed to achieve plenty of immediate good.
The Foreign Secretary also said that the Government is working on a plan to do just that – but he doesn’t have any details as yet.
Tom Tugendhat: If Ban Ki-moon wants peace in Syria, he should remove all the other countries from these talks
The Syrian Civil War is a pretty domestic affair – so why are countries such as Brazil and Indonesia being allowed to butt in?
According to the senior backbencher, Tory rebels are pushing the Government towards popular policies on migration, energy and sovereignty.
Well over one 150,000 people have been killed, at least nine million people are internally displaced and two and a half million refugees.
The Iraq War saved a nation from extermination – now that nation can be a beacon for democracy.