Category Archives: Multilateral Foreign Policy

Violence in Libya: a by-product of NATO irresponsibility

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The West helped topple Gaddafi but failed in its duty to the Libyan people in the aftermath.

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Different perspectives on Gaza: Arab commentators and Labour MPs

Big gaps have opened up between the political analyses and proscriptions being proposed by Labour Party MPs and by many Arab commentators.

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Qatar – the sugar-daddies of Islamist financing

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The implications for the Muslim world are grave if the liberal/progressive voices lose the battle for the very soul of the faith.

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Africa is losing six-and-a-half-times the amount it receives in aid

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Wealthy governments, including the UK, bear responsibility for much of Africa’s loss of resources.

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Outraged about Gaza? Fine. Now worry about Syria

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The lack of action over the fate of Palestinians in Syria suggests the death and suffering of Palestinians is not enough to get people onto the streets.

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The Hamas rockets matter too: a reply to Owen Jones

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Yes, some of those obstacles are found on the Israeli side. But the rocket threat from Hamas is a huge obstacle, too.

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The ISIS declaration has done more for counter-extremism than any government programme

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Islamists in the UK don’t like what they see.

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It’s ludicrous to deny the threat to the UK from ISIS

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ISIS and al Qaeda may attempt to ‘out-jihad’ each other with a high-profile attack on the West.

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Meet Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the new Caliph of Islam

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So what does a 21st Century Caliphate have in store for us?

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ISIS are more in thrall to Hitler and Stalin than to the Caliphate

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The contemporary agitation for a Caliphate is a struggle to establish a totalitarian state that bears little resemblance to Muslim empires of the past.

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