British and Australian armies’ veteran, former deputy head of the UN military mission in Kashmir and Australian defense attaché in Pakistan
It’s about time there was objective assessment of where Russia intends to move on the world stage. There’s no point in continuing confrontation.
It is a fair assumption that Israel’s illegal occupation of Palestine will not be among the many topics of discussion between Bennett and Biden.
The U.S. and the rest of the world have to be prepared to live with the winner. They had better start planning how they are going to do that.
Boris Johnson won’t achieve “Global Britain” by ordering military confrontation, but he may well achieve military escalation, Brian Cloughley writes.
There is a grave international crisis looming, and its base is Afghanistan, Brian Cloughley writes.
U.S. democracy does not extend to Guantanamo Bay or any of the hideous ‘black sites’ where the CIA and its international partners conducted torture.
It would be better for the United States and for the world if the Biden administration realised that engagement is preferable to estrangement.
There’s no guarantee whatever that the NSA has refrained or will refrain in future from eavesdropping on Washington’s NATO allies.
Lukashenko appears to have had a policy of trying to have the best of both worlds, by playing off Nato against Moscow, Brian Cloughley writes.