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Scapegoating tech companies for online radicalisation is not only misguided – it detracts attention away from the crucial responsibility that society must bear in fighting the spread of violent...
Iraqi Kurds have voted in an independence referendum few in either the Middle East or the rest of the world thought wise. But that was the easy part – gaining independence will be much more difficult.
Sweden's latest military exercises indicate that Stockholm is getting closer to NATO. At the same time, however, the temptation to become party to a new nuclear prohibition treaty may scupper Sweden’...
‘Strong and Stable’ was not a winning slogan for British Prime Minister Theresa May and her ruling Conservatives, but it seems an apt description of Germany and its Chancellor Angela Merkel.
As Russia’s major military exercises start, Moscow is consistently attempting to undermine its own international obligations to allow foreign observers to monitor these manoeuvres.
Although Russia’s relations with key Western partners remain tense if not deadlocked, there is no shortage of suggestions coming from Moscow for cooperation.
Russia’s declared number of troops taking part in the biannual Zapad-2017 military exercise, about to start in Belarus, reveals that Moscow is almost certainly being ‘economical with the truth’.
The UK government is facing withering criticism that it has been too slow to help British overseas territories devastated by Hurricane Irma. This criticism reveals wider questions about the way...
Devastating storms and floods around the world lead to questions concerning how governments can prepare for future resilience.
The launch this week of Britain’s national shipbuilding strategy, with an order of five vessels to be designed and built in English shipyards, sees the UK’s aspiration to compete in the global...