“You talk about your nuclear capabilities, but ours are so massive,” Trump wrote in his letter cancelling the summit.
Unless the internal politics of the 19 member states line up with one another, necessary reforms will always hit the buffers.
The conflict in Syria has now lasted longer than the Second World War.
Faced with Brexit and Trump, Britain must forge a European alternative.
In an interrogation room in Syria, two members of the notorious “Beatles” terror cell joke about hostages and reminisce about life in “cosmopolitan” west London.
When Reagan shook hands with Gorbachev, a “spark of mutual trust” ignited between the two men. Today, Trump warmly greets the North Korean dictator while spurning his G7 allies.
Journalists, and those engaged in White House Kremlinology, are now speculating that the Trumps’ marriage is all but over.
Matteo Salvini’s proposal would violate the Italian constitution, but it will also help his party gain support.
In Chechnya, for the past year LGBT+ people have been seized by state agents, detained without trial, tortured and, in some cases, murdered.
Comparison of modern times with the 1930s used to be a joke. It’s not funny any more. We have to call them out; we must not look away.
The cruel separation of families at the border is not an unfortunate side-effect – it’s the whole point.