August 29, 2014

The Ghostly Figures in Britain's Shadowlands

Fraser Nelson, Daily Telegraph

The Associated Press

The system is failing those at the bottom of society, as the report into child grooming in Rotherham shows.

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TAGGED: UK, Child Abuse, Rotherham


August 19, 2014
Ferguson Is Not Iraq
Charles C.W. Cooke, National Review
The intention of these linguistic games is typically twofold. The first is reasonable: To point out that domestic coverage of foreign politics is often hopelessly simplistic. (One suspects that as an employee of Vox, Fisher... more ››
August 18, 2014
Are Dollar's Global Currency Days Numbered?
Santiago Villa, Espectador
It's not going to happen tomorrow, in a year or even five years. But it's conceivable, even likely, that within ten years, the U.S. dollar will cease to become the reference currency for international transactions. The reason for... more ››
August 18, 2014
Cameron Must Get over Syria and Act on Iraq
Chris Huhne, The Guardian
Losing last year’s vote on military intervention cast a long shadow over government policy, but the situation in the Middle East requires action. more ››
August 18, 2014
Why Britain Created Mideast Monarchies
James Dawson, New Republic
Back in 1921 two brothers, Faisal and Abdullah (the sons of Hussein ibn Ali who lead the Arab Revolt), were rewarded by the British and made rulers of Mesopotamia and Transjordan respectively. These were territories captured by... more ››
August 19, 2014
Britain's Multicultural Foreign Policy
Mary Dejevsky, The Guardian
Britain is a multicultural nation and its minority communities are having an increasing influence on its voice in the world. more ››