The prospect of Hillary Clinton is one that should do more than anything to unite the Republicans: it is absolutely vital for the prospects of America that she never becomes President. She is a careerist of the worst kind
Hillary Clinton has set out her policy on gay marriage, which commentators have claimed is a sure sign that she'll run for the Democratic nomination for President in 2016
The Somali people have resiliently rejected the permanency of failure. By and large there is a popular march toward the light at the end of the tunnel
Just when you thought big government couldn't get any bigger
Finally, after two months of waiting, Obama's new foreign policy team has emerged. It may not have been his first-choice lineup, but how will he work with what he's got?
2012 is no more the end for the Republican Party than 2004 was for the Democrats
Doubtless, Time Magazine will name an inoffensive non-entity as its Person of the Year once more. But maybe it's time for Time to rethink
In backing Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, the US has chosen stability over democracy: but it will get neither
Condemning the "grievance" as much as the perpetrator is fast becoming the default response to mass Islamist violence. This must not be allowed to stand
Nothing can possibly justify the murder of diplomatic staff and the wholly disproportionate response to a meagre film that is playing out in Libya and Egypt. Sadly, this may just be the start
Is Ann Romney really Mitt Romney's 'secret weapon' or merely another prop to be wheeled out on cue to utter appropriate blandishments in regard to this year’s anointed candidate?
The story of Huma Abedin should be a lesson to all American Muslims
Politicians often attempt to benefit from the legacy of their forebears. This season, the ghost of presidents past appears to be Bill Clinton
The people of Sri Lanka have suffered infamous violence throughout the country's civil war - but a patient approach is required in the pursuit of justice and peace, says Ian Paisley MP
Not only the US but also other ASEAN countries will watch this visit closely to see whether Burma’s leaders are ready and willing to make radical changes in both their internal and external policies
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