The LSE is turning into a breeding ground for anti-Western, anti-democratic zealots and jihadists
Libya has a long way to go before it can be considered a success story. But the relatively poor electoral performance of Islamist parties there is a good indication that it has a fighting chance
As the violence against the Syrian people reaches such a crescendo, Hugo Chavez stands firm as one of Bashar al Assad’s most important allies
Make no mistake; the Arms Trade Treaty will fail. And when it does, its advocates will look everywhere but the mirror to figure out why
Bin Laden's death dealt a seriously blow to al-Qaeda. But are they down for the count?
You can (reasonably) dispute the morality of dealing with a man like Assad. But, as a starter for 10, it may just be worth discussing
Historically we have listened to only two voices in the Middle East and North Africa: the dictator and the fanatic. Tahrir Square proved that there are other voices we need to pay attention to
Jonathan Bracey-Gibbon undertakes a comprehensive takedown of warmists, alarmists and the false flag paper trails they cite. But where does the money really go?
Defining Obama's unifying doctrine has, to date, been a difficult task. As he approaches a likely second term, the picture is becoming more clear - Obama is pursuing a 'Flexibility Doctrine'
The way in which the LSE had acted with regard to Libya and the Gaddafis in the last ten years is nothing short of scandalous
John Baron MP has attempted to paper over the cracks of Iran's loathing toward Israel and the threat to the West. Here's the reality
The battle for the new order in Libya is only just beginning. We cannot predict or determine the outcome, but we should not regret that we helped to give the Libyan people the chance to fight it
Daniel Ortega's likely re-election is unconstitutional and shrouded in controversy; a victory for Hugo Chavez and ALBA, but a concern for democracy
The Commentator team visited Paternoster Square on Wednesday night to speak to the Occupy Movement. Here's what we found
Getting oil production back online, overcoming ethnic and inter-tribal rivalries, and safeguarding territorial integrity are all challenges ahead for Libya. But none are as big as the challenge to overcome corruption.
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