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’
Saudi trolls have been active in casting aspersions on Khashoggi, no doubt. But does that mean Khashoggi was nothing but a cuddly liberal? Clearly not
Killing the journalist was utterly unjustified. But there are aspects of the columnist’s past that merit probing
He’s defending a cruel, aloof, undemocratic political institution, not a wonderful continent
The inside story of how it got the Skripal scoop
Stephen Castle has painted a picture of a Britain in panic based off a Facebook group of 1,200 people
It’s a murky business. But the President can again prove his diplomatic skill
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are delighted to confirm to the public that it All Works Down There
Are Erdogan’s efforts to apprehend members of the Gulenist movement really so different from what the Saudis are alleged to have done?
The murder of Jamal Khashoggi has piled pressure on Vince McMahon
Many Catholics are disconcerted – to put it mildly – by the Pope’s letter to Wuerl
They view it through the prism of impotence and historical schadenfreude
The dissident’s fate says a lot about Saudi Arabia and the rise of the mobster state
Even by her standards, Clinton’s temerity in lecturing the Brits about ‘shielding’ authoritarian governments is galling
I wish we were sophisticated enough to be a covert brainwashing exercise
The GRU is not a maverick service
There is no political correctness in cage fighting. But that’s not to say it’s not political
American sanctions are forcing companies worldwide to choose between Iran and the US
Unlike their liberal cousins in America, Jews in Israel much prefer the Donald to his predecessor
Melania Trump’s Be Best charm offensive strikes an odd note. But Africans appreciate her husband’s worldview