With the Parliamentary recess over, now is the perfect time to take stock of the Summer’s Brexit headlines (and a few stories that were easy to miss).   The big pre-recess headline was Theresa May defying expectations of a shift...
Donald Trump, the US President, has faced strong criticism from an anonymous senior member of his own administration, who published an opinion-editorial in the New York Times describing the President as "amoral," with his decisions being "impulsive, ill-informed and...
A ceasefire between Afghan government forces and Taliban militants appears to have come to a bitter end as an attack on Afghan security forces in Western Afghanistan on 20th June killed 30 soldiers. The initial eight day peace had been...
Britain’s exit (Brexit) from the European Union (EU) is fast approaching, with negotiations scheduled to be complete by October 2018 and the official withdrawal in March 2019. This, amongst other political and economic challenges, threatens the founding principles of...
Cuba finds itself at a crossroad. For the first time since 1959, the nation will be governed by someone other than a member of the Castro family. Fidel Castro died in November 2016, and his replacement as President, his brother...
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, leader of the ruling Justice & Development Party (AKP), has announced that scheduled Presidential and Parliamentary elections in November 2019 have been brought forward to 24th June 2018. Mr Erdogan has dominated Turkish politics since...