The world’s number one exporter of Wahabi jihadis considers atheists its foremost terrorism concern.
Category Archives: Multilateral Foreign Policy
Missing from public discourse over the crisis in Eastern Europe is a sense of how difficult it is for western officials to act in concert.
Although Joseph Kony still poses a threat, the rebel leader is not the most urgent problem facing CAR right now.
Here are the five most common myths about events in Ukraine, together with a short explanation of why they are wrong.
If restrictions on free expression continue, Turkey will no longer be able to call itself a democracy
If limitations on the freedom of expression continue, Turkey will be faced with placement in the same ‘not free’ category as Iran and Saudi Arabia.
It is vitally important the UK uses its influence and clout to lead a global campaign that seeks to rid the world of FGM.
Cameron’s speech demonstrates everything that’s wrong with international engagement with the Israel-Palestine peace process.