Besides Australia’s call for an independent inquiry into the Wuhan virus outbreak, another issue at the center of this week’s WHO meeting is Taiwan’s membership.
There is no way a President Biden or Sanders would have gone against the academic models’ conclusion to leave open travel from China — but Trump did, and saved countless lives in doing so.
The TSA has seen a steep decline in airport screenings as the global pandemic over the Wuhan virus all but shuts down airline travel.
As a reforged connection to the rest of the Anglosphere beckons, Britain now feels the same shaky optimism its former colony once felt — trying to chart an independent way ahead, coming out of an empire.
In illustrating examples of bureaucratic connivance and mismanagement, ‘Yes Minister’ provided generations of viewers much enjoyment and a subtle way of holding government to account.
Even as The Economist drifts further and further into progressivism and away from the liberalism of its founding, it still claims to be liberalism’s true, authentic voice.
If these predictions come to pass, their fulfillment will have lasting effects upon America in the 2020s and beyond.
The EU won’t be able to lead by example if other countries can see what the Green Deal is actually headed toward: economic ruin, job loss, and more unwanted government intrusion.
Here’s what we can expect Prime Minister Boris Johnson to prioritize in order to deliver on the expectations of the voters.
It was the testimony that was supposed to bring an end to the Trump administration as we knew it, but EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland came up short.
Pence, Perry, and Pompeo each rejected EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland’s claims they were told of Trump’s alleged efforts to engage Ukraine in a quid pro quo.
It’s unthinkable that any other great power would get away without any backlash from either Islamic powers, Islamic civil society, or jihadist groups. And that is one of the biggest puzzles in foreign policy worth probing.
The U.K. Parliament has no intention of honoring the British people’s decision to leave the EU, even if there is a deal. That’s what the British people and the rest of the world learned last Saturday.
It is still too early for surety, but this three-year national humiliation might be over soon, as Britain reaches a deal to get out of the EU, and trade freely with the rest of the world.
The issue of consent in Northern Ireland could keep Boris Johnson from obtaining the consent of Parliament for his new agreement.
Although British Prime Minister Boris Johnson seems to be in an impossible position, there is a way to accomplish Brexit and to force — and win — an election.
‘The world of tomorrow is a world of empires, in which we Europeans and you British can only defend your interests, your way of life, by doing it together in a European framework and a European Union,’ says a key EU leader.
Boris Johnson has to make necessary changes quickly to unite his party, because the ‘do or die’ moment for him and his country is fast approaching.
The defeats, Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s lack of a governing majority, and Parliament’s continued indecision on what to do about Brexit all suggest the need for a quick election.
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