The prime minster needs the support of Muslim communities in the struggle against ISIS.
Category Archives: Multilateral Foreign Policy
Should Britain take part in military action against IS? Or are we best of out of it?
Beyond a few airstrikes and supporting an opposition that is engaged in a bloody battle with Assad, it is not clear how IS in Syria can be dealt a decisive blow.
When moderate Muslim groups use takfirism to tackle extremism, this intolerant doctrine is not challenged but reaffirmed.
The President’s recent admission that he has no strategy on ISIS spoke volumes to the lacklustre response to current crises
Reactionaries from Sir Edward Lewigh to the Stop the War Coalition want us to forget the crimes, past and present, of Putin – and we absolutely should not
While the aims of many pro-Palestinian campaigners are admirable, the left must look at the wider context of Israel and Palestine today
Islamic State are clearly a threat to the West, argues Edisa Korugic and Robbie Travers, but the question is what do we do about it?
While the UK has form condemning barbaric acts inflicted on Christians because of their faith. It is time now to turn the words into action.
With last year’s vote on Syria in mind there will be a lot of attention given to what the Labour response will be – while we need caution and reflection, the response from the Labour party must reflect the severity of the situation now.