Total 117 Posts

Sunak should be wary of backtracking on net zero – What history tells us about flip-flopping on the environment

6 min read
Rishi Sunak has delayed some of the UK’s key net zero targets – a look back at history may explain why.

Libya’s warring governments and the West

2 min read
Eight years on from the grand bargain, Libya’s situation is even more woeful.

‘9/11 is becoming an exercise in forgetting’

3 min read
Strangely, 22 years on, 9/11 is the one reassuring sign in America’s otherwise sickening body and body politic.

Is the G20 in trouble?

2 min read
Xi no-show and several other headaches for host India.

Al-Fayed simply lived in the wrong era of British politics

2 min read
Mohamed Al-Fayed was deemed ‘not a fit and proper person to be given (British) citizenship’. Today, the Egyptian businessman would probably be in the House of Lords.

Tory MP’s historic family links to slavery raise questions about Britain’s position on reparations

6 min read
A report estimates the UK owes £18.5 trillion in reparations for its role in the transatlantic slave trade. While some UK families whose wealth largely derives from it have agreed to pay reparations, others face growing pressure to engage in reparations talks.

(Not) over the moon about Vivek Ramaswamy

3 min read
A second-generation Indian swam into the world’s view of America’s political craziness the day India became only the fourth nation to land a spacecraft on the moon.
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