Any lack of resolve at the Strait of Hormuz will send a message to every ambitious state at every international choke point in the world that all they have to do is squeeze and they will get what they want, writes Christopher Pincher MP
The west needs to take seriously the Chinese success story. It also needs to be aware that if too much technology and too many raw material deposits are sold, earning our living will be more precarious and difficult, writes The Rt Hon John Redwood MP
Meaningless economic "readjustments" will be remembered, not as the initiators of the rejuvenation of the Cuban economy, but rather, as the final rattles of one of the few remaining relics of communism
Rejoice; a deal has been made; markets are calmed. But, unfortunately, the Eurozone agreement has added layers of bureaucracy, removed democracy and failed to answer the fundamental issue of the Euro itself.