The President has an opportunity to show that America First still stands for religious freedom everywhere.
Factionalism within the White House itself and in-fighting over Washington’s China policy was on full display
The two men have such a great personal connection, perhaps they can comfort each other
Media commentators can refute what I saw, but I’ve spoken with many British Muslims who agree with my portrayals
The rapid decline of the French President
The many declines and falls of the American Empire
Globalists beware: inflation is a tax on the poor
Only one possible explanation exists for the breathtaking cynicism implicit in Bolton’s speech: domestic politics
In many ways Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua are far more natural targets for Trumpian aggression
After the Khashoggi murder, the Saudi regime seems curiously pliant to western interests
Her throne will likely sit empty because Macron is the only leader with any desire to take it
Following the Jamal Khashoggi story, the US-Saudi-Israel alliance is not gaining traction
The ECHR have decided that truth is not a justification
Why Jair Bolsonaro will win tonight
This isn’t just about the death of a journalist but a battle for political leadership of the Islamic world
The US President has proved he is a rabble rouser. But the rabble he rouses most is the one that opposes him
Americans have no more of a moral right to dry homes and safe streets than those Hondurans do
Angering all of the West’s most powerful investors at once is an unmitigated disaster for the House of Saud
Extra checks at Northern Ireland’s sea ports and airports would be perfectly reasonable as a sign of our good faith
One Davos was almost certainly one too many. But the multiplication of forums for the global elite is getting out of hand
How can politically correct universities take money from Mohammed bin Salman?
Why are the FBI bothering to indict Elena Khusyaynova?
Can the Turkish-US alliance survive Turkey’s play for regional dominance?
It would be surprising if Trump’s Middle East policy is determined by the murder of a Muslim Brotherhood activist who happened to write an occasional column for the Washington Post
He is suing his Ecuadorian landlords for violating his ‘fundamental rights and freedoms’