An imperfect UN is still the world’s best hope
The modern United Nations, a more muscular and inclusive body than its predecessor, has survived close on four times longer than the League.
By Peter Apps 5 years ago
An imperfect UN is still the world’s best hope
Calm down America, attacks won’t break UK
When I rolled my wheelchair out of my apartment block Sunday morning - mere hours after three attackers killed seven a few hundred yards away in London Bridge and Borough Market - the most striking thing was the sense of calm.
By Peter Apps 6 years ago
Calm down America, attacks won’t break UK
In standing up to Trump, Europe gets its mojo back
If President Donald Trump wanted to make an impression with his first visit to Europe last week, he unquestionably succeeded.
By Peter Apps 6 years ago
In standing up to Trump, Europe gets its mojo back
Opinion: Donald Trump gets nuclear crisis from hell
Trump has been left to confront North Korea’s nuclear activities because his predecessors failed to manage them. The regime in Pyongyang, meanwhile, continues to build ever more dangerous weapons systems. Washington’s foreign policy establishment has a host of disagreements with Trump.
By Peter Apps 7 years ago
Opinion: Donald Trump gets nuclear crisis from hell
Despite Brexit, British politics is healthy
Having found itself in such a messy place, the electorate has little appetite to return to the polls - even if May’s mandate for pushing through such a harsh EU exit remains limited.
By Peter Apps 7 years ago
Despite Brexit, British politics is healthy
With all that’s happening, how worse could 2016 get?
Given just how much bad news has been packed into the year so far, the question has to be asked - what else could go wrong?
By Peter Apps 7 years ago
With all that’s happening, how worse could 2016 get?
Women leaders taking over superpowers
It now seems likely that by the middle of January 2017, three of the world’s six largest economic powers will be led by women.
By Peter Apps 7 years ago
Women leaders taking over superpowers
UK drifts towards Brexit nightmare
Over the last few days, many of Britain’s leading political figures appeared to be in hiding.
By Peter Apps 7 years ago
UK drifts towards Brexit nightmare
Is the end of Europe nigh?
For years, skeptics warned of multiple threats to the European project. The strains of the single currency, they said, would rip it apart.
By Peter Apps 8 years ago
Is the end of Europe nigh?
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Entertainment
By Stevens Muendo
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