Here’s my own simplistic framing of the issue; Before going on with our bashing fest of Qatar for it’s human rights record lets begin to consider 2 things; 1) Let’s be consistent about our own record in treating this issue in our own backyard as well as in relation to […]Read More
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A brilliant lecture by Philippe Sands QC, Professor of Law at University College London and barrister at Matrix Chambers given recently at the Brookings Institution in Washington D.C. about the legal implications of the crisis in Ukraine both in terms of focusing on the wrong side of the stick when […]Read More
I truly believe that the current US government should be left to their own devices when it comes to decisions of foreign policy & involvement in international bodies, this without much reaction. Some policies are driven by flawed ideology or accommodations to unfulfilled campaign pledges – in this case as […]Read More