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Class, War And David Cameron. “Keep our Country Safe,… Military Action against ISIS”

British Prime Minister David Cameron has said it is time for Britain to join air strikes against Islamic State in Syria (ISIS). After the killing of 130 people in Paris, he feels the tide has now turned in favour of military action against ISIS. Cameron has told the British public that such action is vital to protect Britain from similar attacks.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 28.11.2015


Unavoidable Punishment: Nuremberg Trials Seventieth Anniversary

Those who resort to force, real or imaginary, and violence to subjugate other nations have failed to learn well the lessons of history. Be it the bombings of former Yugoslavia, the wars in Iraq and Libya, the neo-Nazi regime coming to power in Ukraine or nurturing terrorist groups in Syria – there are always specific people who initiate, finance and carry out the crimes against peace and humanity. They should remember the lessons of Nuremberg war crimes trials held 70 years ago...

Yuriy RUBTSOV | 23.11.2015


“Shooting to Kill:” Operation Get Corbyn

There’s no doubt about it. Shooting to kill is all the vogue. No, that’s not terrorists I’m talking about. The target is a mild mannered gentleman of 66 who wouldn’t hurt a fly, if he could help it.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 20.11.2015


To Win Battle Without Losing War

The talks between Great Britain and the European Union on the change of the conditions of the UK EU membership have come to the final phase. David Cameron sent an official letter to the President of the European Council setting out the areas where he is seeking reforms...

Elena ANANYEVA | 17.11.2015


Gulf States Slip Out of War on ISIS

Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states went through the motions of joining the U.S.-led fight against the Islamic State and other Sunni terrorists, who received substantial help from the same Gulf states, but those U.S. “allies” have now slipped out of the conflict almost entirely, says ex-CIA analyst Paul R. Pillar.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 14.11.2015


British «Intelligence» or «Stupid» Services?

Britain's spy services MI5, MI6 and GCHQ are collectively known as «British intelligence». However, in practice there is nothing «intelligent» about these services. They should instead be re-named the «Stupid» services...

Matthew JAMISON | 12.11.2015


Blair’s Apology That Wasn’t An Apology – OpEd

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 01.11.2015


Start of Anglo-Sino Golden Age

This week has been momentous in Anglo-Sino relations. The British Government has rolled out the red carpet for the visiting President of the People’s Republic of China, Mr. Xi Jinping. Many of Britain’s traditional Western allies have expressed «bafflement» at this warm embrace of Beijing – a rapprochement of sorts – after the deep freeze UK-China relations were placed in by the Chinese Government after British Prime Minister David Cameron unwisely met with the Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leader, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, in 2012...

Matthew JAMISON | 25.10.2015


Washington Persecutes America’s Greatest Patriots

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 20.10.2015


Slave Descendant? Don’t Call Me Dave!

British Prime Minister David Cameron had some stiff upper-lip advice for Jamaicans while on an official visit this week to the Caribbean state. He was urged to make a formal apology for Britain’s historic role in the transatlantic slave trade and to consider monetary reparations for the descendants of African slaves, who account for the vast majority of Jamaica’s population...

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 04.10.2015

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NATO’s Role in Military Activities Control and Confidence Building Measures in Europe

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg called for modernizing the European «rule-book» in his article published in several European newspapers (Le Figaro, El Pais, La Repubblica, Le Soir, Die Welt, Tages-Anzeiger, and Tribune de Genève) on Thursday, 26 November 2015...

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