Category Archives: Multilateral Foreign Policy

Peter Oborne’s latest Syria dispatch is a disgrace

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Peter Oborne’s latest dispatch reads like George Bernard Shaw on Stalin’s Russia.

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Pause for the persecuted this Easter

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This Easter we should pause to consider what we can do to support those who are persecuted for their beliefs.

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Five interesting stories about Trident

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There have been some interesting stories about Trident in the press of late. Here are just a few of them.

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America: Clinton takes on the court

Hilary Clinton has made one of her most political interventions in months.

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Poland: no friend of the Eurosceptics

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Poland’s is committed to the European Union, despite what David Cameron may like to think.

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Why conservatives can’t be trusted on Russia

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Conservatives of all stripes increasingly can’t be trusted on what is potentially the biggest geo-political issue of our time, writes James Bloodworth.

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Russia’s role in the campaign for Scottish independence

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Russia has a vested interest in the campaign for Scottish independence.

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‘When someone is raised in North Korea…their mind is paralysed’

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In an exclusive interview, Rob Edwards speaks to North Korean defector and editor of Free NK, Joo-Il Kim, about life in the hermit state.

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Afghanistan is not ready to be abandoned

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Leaving Afghanistan because of domestic political pressure would be deeply wrong, writes James Snell.

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Order has not been restored in Egypt: a reply to the Telegraph’s Con Coughlin

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The Telegraph’s defence editor is spinning hard for the Egyptian generals, writes Daniel Wickham.

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