The one Trump comparison you haven’t heard yet
Athenian scallywag Alcibiades would have given the presumptive Republican nominee a run for his money
Aristotle explains the Trump phenomenon
The cry of the 'unjustly unequal'.
What Trump and Sanders teach us about America
A possible American political apocalypse.
Belgium has divided and decentralized itself almost out of existence
Is the cockpit of the European Union a failed nation-state?
Why Democrat refugees are swelling Trump’s support
Struggling white voters are defecting after being humiliated by a hostile elite culture
Is Trump the new Constantine?
The conservative Christian case for The Donald
The Presidential election of 2017
If no candidate wins a majority in the Electoral College, the decision passes to the House of Representatives early next year
An Israeli view of prospects for peace
Views on peace in the Middle East and South Africa by former Israeli PM Shimon Peres
Discerning the Donald
Is Trump a triumph or a blow-hard?
‘Penetrate to the Persian Gulf and as far as India’
Peter the Great would have approved of Putin’s recent exploits.
Why Trump Persists
Trump's 'irrational' supporters have legitimate concerns.
Tragedy in Taiwan: Collapse of the Golden Dragon Building
Taiwan's resilience is an engineering success story.
Marco Rubio for President
The junior Senator from Florida may be the best standard-bearer for a renewed conservatism.
Spoils of war: the tragic history of the Istrians
How Tito’s Communism finally destroyed a people.
The rhetorical brilliance of Donald Trump
He has much in common with the great demagogues of the past.
The end of Christianity in the Middle East
The toppling of secular regimes has crushed religious freedom.
War comes home
Surely there will be no peace until we find other ways of compromise and reconciliation?
After Aung San Suu Kyi’s victory, what is future of human rights in Myanmar?
The powerful military and persecution of a Muslim minority are major stumbling-blocks.
Chen Guangcheng and the truth about Chinese human rights abuses
The memoirs of Chen Guangcheng challenge claims of 'change' and 'reform' in China.
Elite media ignore civilians killed by US drone strikes
The New York Times and Washington Post are reporting government claims uncritically.
Quiet quartet wins Nobel Peace Prize for laying a democratic path in Tunisia
The role of civil society has been fundamental.
The UN’s sustainable development agenda and the family
The family remains a fundamental agent in all development.
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