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Donald Trump Labelled 'Tiny' After Shoving Fellow Nato Leader To Steal The Limelight

The Huffington Post | Graeme Demianyk | Posted 25.05.2017 | UK

Donald Trump appears to have gone full Donald Trump during his trip to Europe for his first major international summit. The US President was in Brusse...

Trump Just Slagged Off NATO Leaders To Their Faces - And They Laughed

The Huffington Post | Christopher York | Posted 25.05.2017 | UK

Donald Trump brazenly chastised NATO leaders to their faces for not paying their fair share to protect the alliance, adding that the current situation...

The Future Of Europe's Defence Policy Post-Brexit

Meriam Sabih | Posted 10.05.2017 | UK Politics
Meriam Sabih

This also points many people may not be aware of the benefits of European integration because of the complexity of integration and thus steer away from integration even when it is of benefit to them.

Paul Ryan Praises 'Bold Leadership' Of Theresa May

The Huffington Post | Ned Simons | Posted 19.04.2017 | UK Politics

Paul Ryan, the speaker of the US House of Representatives, has praised Theresa May’s “bold leadership” ahead of the snap general election. The s...

Trump Tried To 'Art Of The Deal' Merkel With 'Fake £300bn Nato Invoice'

The Huffington Post | Graeme Demianyk | Posted 26.03.2017 | UK Politics

Donald Trump handed Angela Merkel a fake £300 billion bill for money he claims Germany “owes” Nato during the German Chancellor’s visit to Wash...

5 Things You May Have Missed During The Whole Trump/FBI Saga

The Huffington Post | Christopher York | Posted 21.03.2017 | UK

1) WHITE HOUSE INFIGHTING White House insiders have revealed two factions within the administration battling for the President Donald Trump’s attent...

The Altar Of Russo-Turkish Love Requires Too Many Sacrifices

Jamila Mammadova | Posted 24.01.2017 | UK Politics
Jamila Mammadova

Heads of states come and go and, as recent events in Europe show, in a rapidly changing world, that seems to be the only opportunity for compromise and peaceful transition toward the new global realities. Yet if Erdogan would still manage to eat his cake and have it too, perhaps to everybody's surprise, he will be able to surpass Ataturk's legacy too.

PM Confident Of US Trade Deal Despite Trump's 'America First' Strategy

The Huffington Post | Steven Hopkins | Posted 21.01.2017 | UK

Theresa May has emphasised the importance of Nato and the European Union for security and said she is “confident” of striking a trade deal with th...

The Waugh Zone January 17, 2017

The Huffington Post | Paul Waugh | Posted 17.01.2017 | UK Politics

The five things you need to know on Tuesday, January 17… 1) TEASER MAY Cometh the hour, cometh the plan? Well, not quite. Theresa May’s big ...

Trump A 'White Knight Coming To Rescue Damsel In Distress' Theresa May

The Huffington Post | Ned Simons | Posted 16.01.2017 | UK Politics

Donald Trump is a “white knight” coming to the rescue of “damsel in distress” Theresa May, the man tipped to be the president-elect’s ambass...

9 Times Donald Trump's Interview With Michael Gove Made No Sense Whatsoever

The Huffington Post | Christopher York | Posted 16.01.2017 | UK

On Sunday evening The Times published Donald Trump’s first interview with a British newspaper. The edited version highlighted the President-Elect’...

In 2017, We Need To Work Together As The World Falls Apart

Baroness Jolly | Posted 12.01.2017 | UK Politics
Baroness Jolly

If 2016 proved anything it that is the current international situation is becoming less stable and predictable. In 2017, with our global institutions weaker, the re-emergence of an antagonistic Russia and the continuation of unconventional terrorist threats, the picture is not particularly rosy. The post-war global order is at risk and if we are to tackle this, it will only be achieved multilaterally.

The Waugh Zone January 12, 2017

The Huffington Post | Paul Waugh | Posted 12.01.2017 | UK Politics

The five things you need to know on Thursday, January 12… 1) THE INDEFINITE ARTICLE In one of his last acts as President, Barack Obama has tod...

Ten Simple Political Predictions For 2017

Nicholas Mazzei | Posted 25.12.2016 | UK Politics
Nicholas Mazzei

Boris Johnson won't last another six months as Foreign Secretary. There will be too many conflicts between himself and Theresa May and something will have to give. Mrs May isn't going anywhere, so it'll be Boris. Where he'll go though is anyone's guess...

We All Lose From A Divided States Of America

Mark Prisk | Posted 01.11.2016 | UK Politics
Mark Prisk

On Tuesday night we will learn who is about to become the next President of the United States of America. Whoever emerges, they will inherit a country which is more divided than ever before. That's bad news for the rest of us.

Brexit - What Next? The Utility Of A Historical Assessment?

Martin Robson | Posted 20.10.2016 | UK Politics
Martin Robson

The historical record shows us that when faced with European economic and political exclusion Britons have tried to achieve their political and economic security through overseas, primarily, transatlantic connections. When we consider recent events in Europe and Europe's near abroad, it is again to those connections that Britain is likely to turn for peace and prosperity.

Open Borders: A Naïve And Unworkable Approach In Combating The Migrant Crisis

Thomas Smith | Posted 03.10.2016 | UK Universities & Education
Thomas Smith

It is advisable the EU and international order avoid calls for open borders and instead create a detailed and structured framework with which to combat the crisis- an undeniably complex and onerous task.

Jeremy Corbyn Refuses To Back Nato Standing Up To Putin's Baltic Aggression

The Huffington Post | Graeme Demianyk | Posted 18.08.2016 | UK Politics

.@jeremycorbyn's plan for diplomacy with @realDonaldTrump: cup of tea in a North London mosque pic.twitter.com/B5C372dyr0— Graeme Demianyk (@GraemeD...

Let's Stick Together: Brexit Would Be a Blow to Britain's Allies

Matthew Harries | Posted 22.06.2017 | UK Politics
Matthew Harries

The sky will not fall, in foreign-policy terms, if the United Kingdom votes to leave the European Union. NATO is not going anywhere, nor is the UK's seat on the UN Security Council. But if Brexit does happen, Britain will start to find itself a little lonelier, and the West a little weaker.

Voting Remain Is the Sure-Fire Way to Destroy Nato

Christopher Carter | Posted 21.06.2017 | UK Politics
Christopher Carter

It is clear we cannot leave Britain's defence and security in the hands of the EU. A vote to Remain will validate this lie it is the EU which has maintained peace in Europe. Whether or not Trump is elected President in America will not matter in the end. America will see the EU as the future of Europe, and NATO as expensive relic of a bygone age.

The EU: More Important Than Nato

Federico Moscogiuri | Posted 09.06.2017 | UK Politics
Federico Moscogiuri

I am Italian by birth, but I have lived in the UK for nigh on 23 years. I have been working, paying taxes and doing voluntary work in this country for 16 of those. My wife is British, and both of my children were born here. The UK is the place that I and my family call home.

Government Policy Needs a More Realistic Approach to Russia

Daniel Kawczynski MP | Posted 07.06.2017 | UK Politics
Daniel Kawczynski MP

In search of his country's Tsarist roots, Vladimir Putin has steered Russia on a course towards unforgiving political authoritarianism, buttressed by state capitalism and legitimised by orthodox religiosity and patriotism.

Has the EU Really Saved Europe From War?

Robin Lustig | Posted 21.05.2017 | UK Politics
Robin Lustig

The EU has already been buffeted by the Eurozone and migration crises; one more major shock to the system could well mark the beginning of the end. In the words of David Cameron: 'Can we be so sure that peace and stability on our continent are assured beyond any shadow of doubt?' Like the prime minister, I would never be so rash as to make that assumption.

Refugees: There Is a Better Way

Robin Lustig | Posted 12.03.2017 | UK
Robin Lustig

Refugees want above all to be safe, and to have some hope that they can build a new and better life for themselves and their children, either in a new home or back in their old home once the conflict is over. Europe's voters want their governments to show that they are on top of the crisis, not paralysed into inaction.

The EU's Status as Europe's Peacekeeper Is an Insulting Myth

Oliver Norgrove | Posted 11.02.2017 | UK Universities & Education
Oliver Norgrove

Achieving ever-closer-union, as it foreshadowed, has been the driving force behind the gradual (and often forceful) assimilation of law, currency and culture across the European continent. To many, it seemed a wonderful way of enhancing international cooperation, and promoting both peace and unity.