Critical Times

It was about time. After months of internal party squabbles, Jeremy Corbyn has decided to take a much more pro-Remain position in a fresh referendum call. (More…)

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Pity Il Capitano. Italy’s macho deputy premier is having a rough week being bested by highly-skilled women. (More…)

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We’ve all seen it before. The parade of missiles through Tehran and the lockstep procession of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard. (More…)

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The image of an oil tanker burning in the Gulf of Oman is a stern warning of the potential for war in the Middle East, as tensions continue to rise between the United States and Iran. (More…)

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It’s hard to believe that Theresa May was once seen as Thatcher 2.0. The British press would regularly say that May will run the country for the next 10 years. (More…)

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Though the chimes of Big Ben, looming over the Palace of Westminster, are silent, the bell has finally tolled for Prime Minister Theresa May. (More…)

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Elections for the European Parliament begin Thursday and predictions of doom and gloom are the order of the day. And why not? (More…)

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The Brexit Party is the new vehicle for Nigel Farage’s populist project to reshape British politics. And it looks set to smash UKIP and the Conservatives. (More…)

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“You must come to Auschwitz. I go there once a year, with a group of third-generation Holocaust survivors.” Blond-haired and blue-eyed, in his late thirties, I found it hard to place him there. (More…)

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