When it comes to its new goals for the Middle East, is the US still overestimating what it can achieve?
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Israel’s worst fear is the P5+1 signing a deal that leaves Iran closer than it can live with to a nuclear bomb.
The Indonesian government has taken several highly controversial measures to quash autonomist sentiments.
If David Cameron values human rights he will pull out of the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting
What Cameron’s decision appears to communicate is that accountability for mass murde isn’t that important to his government.
Although Germany is unlikely to slide into the ‘red column’ of Europe on Sunday night, there are still reasons for this election to be of more than passing interest to the British left.
During the Cold War, Soviet totalitarianism was loudly condemned by the West. Today, its remnants score invitations to buy arms from Western companies in London.
In 29 states there are no anti-discrimination laws regarding sexual orientation and in 34 states it is legal to discriminate against transgender people.
Russia’s opposition to military action in Syria is partly the result of it feeling deceived over the UN vote to intervene in Libya two years ago, argues Tom London.
TweetCalum Young is studying for a masters in European Law at the University of Leiden, having previously studied both Law and German. Due to the developing crisis in Syria over the use of chemical weapons, it has been suggested in some quarters that one solution could be to refer Assad to the International Criminal Court […]
Britain’s view of President Assad has transformed over the years, but the West still hasn’t learnt lessons about supporting dictators around the world.