In the magazine this month
The foreign policy of the last 15 years has been a disastrous oscillation between missionising and monkishness.
How shall we rate the state of the world? Take a look around — from Islamic State atrocities in Sinai and Paris, to the Taliban’s resurgence in Afghanistan, to China’s efforts to control the South China Sea, to Russia’s intervention in Syria, to the stabbing intifada in Israel.
The President’s supporters call the nuclear agreement his most significant foreign policy achievement. They are right — but for the wrong reasons
David Cameron’s deradicalisation strategy depends on guiding potential jihadists away from Islamic extremism. But can the mentors be trusted?
In both Ukraine and Syria, the Russian President has exploited the West’s weakness to divide Nato and halt the advance of democracy
With the Arab world mired in political chaos and economic crisis, Islamist non-state armed governing organisations are taking over
Seumas Milne, Labour’s new communications chief, was at the heart of a Communist party faction whose aims and methods he still espouses
At the height of the 2008 banking crisis, Mervyn King backed the wrong plan, which triggered a vicious deflationary shock in the UK
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