Events could align against Beijing
America has no decent soccer teams and substandard healthcare provision, so Scots would feel at home
I would much rather entrust the security of my family to the capable force of the American military than to a rag-tag bunch of smug Danish liberals
Boris Johnson has long been reluctant to entertain the possibility as a likely outcome
Temporary EEA membership is the best route out of Europe
Someone should write a book about the utterly dispiriting architecture of the Global War on Terror
What must the Queen think of the younger royals’ actions?
Even before Trump and Kushner unveil their Middle East peace plan, the ‘deal of the century’ is dead
Warring factions on Italy’s left and center could shut his Lega party out of power
Macron could be shown to be acting in Europe’s long term interests by putting an abrupt end to the EU’s Brexit distraction
The Labour leader is the torchbearer of British populism
As media and politics merge, who wins?
How Beijing will suppress the Hong Kong protests
Cutting a real estate deal with the transactional president
No. 10’s direct influence extends across every Whitehall department, thanks to Dominic Cummings’s direction of every adviser
The West must offer more than empty phrases of condemnation
Branding all conservatives ‘far right’ is both wrong and dangerous
Can anyone stop him from becoming Italy’s next leader?
Hong Kong protesters are following the wrong script
Washington needs to counter Beijing in the realm of public diplomacy and global opinion
Given the annexation of Jammu and Kashmir, shouldn’t Modi be getting the Israel treatment?
My aim is to be polite to my constituents, who after all employ me — to address them correctly and be clear
If Boris’s parliamentary opponents want to push the constitutional boundaries, then his team will do the same
The orange man succeeds where the mandarins failed
The Arkansas senator’s maneuver was a major signal to post-Brexit Britain