American reluctance to fulfil its previous international role is leaving the global stage open to dark forces, says PAUL KNOTT.
Without the ghosts of the Iraq War haunting France, the country is taking a muscular approach with its military campaign in North Africa. But will it work? PAUL KNOTT reports
Being loud and brash can go too far, but it is necessary when you’re pushing against established beliefs, writes ALASTAIR CAMPBELL.
A recent New European article suggested the sudden downfall of the Iranian regime could create more problems than it solves. Former MEP Struan Stevenson disagrees.
Britain’s declining influence has put global security in peril. And it is entirely self-inflicted, says James P. Rubin, a former aide to Bill Clinton
It might be tempting to revel in the tribulations of Tehran’s unpleasant rulers. But, it’s worth being careful what you wish for.
PETER MILLAR reports from the region which could yet trigger Merkel’s downfall
Are protests in Jordan the precursor to more Arab Spring turmoil or an encouraging sign that the region might finally be moving in the right direction, asks PAUL KNOTT.
There is plenty of gloom about the global growth of authoritarianism. But, as Natasha Ezrow argues, it is not all good news for despots
Britain’s departure from the EU has sparked enough anger at home. But, as Alastair Campbell writes, Brexit is giving our foreign friends sleepless nights as well.
In a speech to think tank Progress our editor-at-large lays into Jeremy Corbyn and the failures of the Labour Party
Emmanuel Macron’s recent visit to the White House gave body language analysts plenty to talk about and led many to draw comparisons with Theresa May’s 2017 trip.
After Syria and Salisbury, it is back to chaotic normal for the Prime Minister
An army of Russian internet bots mounted a social media campaign backing Labour in the weeks before last year’s election, it has been claimed.
Tim Walker writes that ‘Faceless’ raises some interesting questions about diversity, but shouldn’t a court room drama end with a verdict?
MICHAEL WHITE on gathering storms for vunerable May while Corbyn catches the mood
Paul Connew writes a special report on the chaos within Trump’s United States
There is a strong case for action in Syria, argues ANDREW ADONIS. But Theresa May’s problem is she can’t make it
As Theresa May’s leadership once again comes under close scrutiny, JANE MERRICK argues now is perfect opportunity to stop a hard Brexit
As global crises mount, The New European’s Editor-at-Large says Britain’s foreign secretary has nothing to offer.
Tony Blair has ruled out leading any new political party but warned both Labour and the Tories there is a “vast uncultivated centre ground” in British politics.
Following the death of Anna Campbell -the first British woman to die fighting alongside Kurdish forces in Syria- YASMIN ALIBHAI BROWN asks how we should treat the ‘jihadis’ who return home.
As relations with Russia become ever chillier, PAUL KNOTT unearths a document from the 1940s with advice on dealing with Moscow which seems remarkably relevant today.
The New European’s Editor-at-Large ALASTAIR CAMPBELL on a memorable exchange between Blair and Putin.
The bloodbath in Eastern Ghouta is a characteristically brutal chapter in the annals of Vladimir Putin’s foreign policy. This time, though, he might not get away with it.
MICHAEL WHITE on those ludicrous spy stories . . . and why Labour’s leader must come in from the cold over Brexit.
MICHAEL WHITE on whether a tapestry is all we get from Le President.
Between the gung-ho calls for regime change from the US, and the muted response from Europe, there is another way to respond to the protests in Iran, says Labour MP Mike Gapes.
In dangerous times, the Labour leader needs to work harder or give way, argues MICHAEL WHITE.
Russia’s leader might seem to be invincible, but in fact he is less secure than he appears, and 2018 could be the year that proves it, argues PAUL KNOTT.
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