This week's news, from Erdogan the despot, to memories of Disraeli, and coffee and class.
Britain must accept more asylum-seekers, and create a sustainable plan for their integration into wider society.
The unique threat posed by Isis has been analysed in depth. But how should the West respond in practice?
We speak to two young Yazidi women who were taken as sex slaves by Isis, and are now in a refugee camp.
Iraq gave a whole section of the British left a sense of burning, brilliant superiority. But that isn’t a good enough foundation for political life.
The controversial Danish “information campaign” will be run in foreign newspapers and is intended to deter potential refugees from Syria and Northern Africa.
As rescuers search the Mediterranean for hundreds of migrants after a boat capsized off the Libyan, Syrian refugees in the most popular Greek arrival point tell us death is unavoidable without any safe routes.
It has been hard, over the years, to explain to western readers and viewers the deep contradictions of Iran.
When I talked to Iranian policymakers last year, they told me US hegemony in the Middle East and global affairs is giving way to a multipolar order - and with it come new enemies.
For all of its limitations and the uncertainty that still abounds, the deal could come to be seen as a historic leap towards stability in Iran.
Millions of pounds have been poured into counter-extremism initiatives over the past decade. But this has failed to provide the response to 7/7 that the UK wanted.
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