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Understanding the Taliban insurgency: interview with Dr Antonio Giustozzi

Understanding the Taliban insurgency: interview with Dr Antonio Giustozzi
by Ian Sinclair
Morning Star
December 2009

In the introduction of his new book Decoding the New Taliban. 1,167 more words

UK Foreign Policy

Britain and Asia in a Trumpian World: Only Connect

Slightly delayed posting of a new piece for my institutional home RUSI looking at how the UK should connect with Asia in the new Trumpian world. 1,161 more words

Royal United Services Institute

Farage, Trump and the Future of UK-US Relations

This article was published on Darrow – link here. 17 November 2016

In the current global political climate, UK-US relations hang worryingly in the balance. 2,343 more words

Global Politics

Corbyn to European Leaders: Withdraw Military Personnel or Risk War with Russia

Jeremy Corbyn has called for Western leaders to demilitarise the border between Russia and Eastern Europe or risk a new Cold War.

Speaking on the Andrew Marr show on the BBC, the Labour leader said he had some criticisms of Vladimir Putin, but that the West had to ensure it did not pile up forces on Russia’s border. 264 more words

UK News

EU Consider Sanctions Against Russia over Aleppo Bombings

The EU are considering threatening Russia with sanctions over the bombing of Aleppo, according to a draft EU summit communique seen by the Guardian. 359 more words

UK Foreign Policy

The Illegal Hypocrisy of Johnson’s Foreign Policy

Kelli Jones

Last week, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson took to the despatch box to condemn violent atrocities taking place in Syria, stating that purposely attacking a hospital constituted war crimes, questioning the whereabouts of the Stop the war Coalition, and suggesting Russian actions in the area should be investigated and protested against. 1,175 more words

Middle East

Owen Jones, ‘No Platform’ and Normalising Warmongers

Owen Jones, ‘No Platform’ and Normalising Warmongers
by Ian Sinclair
New Left Project
25 November 2013

‘No Platform’ – the decision not to give a platform to those whose views are deemed to be abhorrent – is a popular policy of the Left in the UK. 1,132 more words

UK Foreign Policy