“A Trump presidency could be just what the world needs,” Boris Johnson wrote last week in the Daily Mail. I wouldn’t go quite that far. But weighing up whose victory would be better for Britain isn’t easy.
The vulgar cries of Hamas supporters must not impel an ignorant fear that they are the true representatives of Islam.
The lesson they will draw is: don’t risk letting the Many upset the apple cart that the Few have so artfully constructed.
What starts with a digital Donald Trump could end with elections being fought at a speed and level we have hitherto been unable to face – with the health of our democracy the obvious victim.
A panel assembled by Policy Exchange addressed the question, “Conservatism: What Do We Want From The Next Prime Minister?”
Let’s slow things down, ensure a more joined up approach, and co-create policy with business to get back on track.
He returns to a deeply divided America, with his popularity on a clear downward trend.
One of the major question marks against Brexit was whether it would see the UK lose its influence over global affairs. This alliance suggests no.
Too many defence reviews have followed the Blairite sentiment that we are an instrument for global wellbeing.
A lot can be done through NATO structures like the Northern Group that brings together its members and partner countries.
Regime change usually involves chaos, bloodshed and a humanitarian crisis. Has the Stop the War movement become Continue the Military Intervention?
Can we really afford to get on the front foot against Russia and China at once as the United States trends towards isolationism?
Afghan security force members are being murdered. Girls’ schools are being shut down. Iran and Russia are weighing up a return to the quagmire.