British and Australian armies’ veteran, former deputy head of the UN military mission in Kashmir and Australian defense attaché in Pakistan
The innocent widows and orphans are on the conscience of the world, but the drone attacks will continue.
Nato is floundering in the Middle East, and the best thing it could do would be to withdraw its military forces from the region.
As the Middle East lurches to deeper chaos, the light has shifted from the countless millions of other people deserving attention and compassion.
Iraq is close to collapse and the Iraqi people’s displays of dissatisfaction with their government are essentially domestic.
The man who now heads the UK government goes to show that you can fool and deceive an awful lot of people for an awful lot of the time.
The Afghanistan Papers make it clear that that there were “explicit and sustained efforts by the US government to deliberately mislead the public.”
Much of the European Union beckons with enthusiasm that is entirely contrary to the drum-thumping rhetoric of Nato.
There has been no criticism from the White House or Congress concerning the killing of hundreds of Iraqis by their own government’s troops. Why?
International law does not matter to Trump. He regards his policies and actions as being above and not subject to any international legal restriction.
US is determined to extract as much cash as possible from the Arctic, and the planned peaceful development of the area by Russia is a complication.