What Chilcot Missed About Iraq

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After 6 years and more than $12 million, Britain’s Chilcot Inquiry has a reached conclusions about the Iraq War that anyone else could have reached by reading the daily newspapers,…
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The Anti-Democratic Brexit Backlash

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Yesterday evening, thousands of angry protesters demonstrated in the streets of London to call for the subversion of democracy in Britain. These weren’t far-right fascists but young, middle-class, center-left Londoners who have now become…
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Two Cheers for Westphalia

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Ever since the results of last week’s Brexit referendum were announced, commentators on both sides of the Atlantic have been oscillating wildly through the stages of bereavement. Shock and denial…
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The View from Britainistan

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In the wake every terror atrocity that Europe has suffered, politicians and commentators have scrambled to cobble together explanations about why some Muslims turn into extremists. The same thing happens…
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Will Britain ‘Brexit’ the EU?

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This past weekend set into motion the most consequential few months in British politics in a generation. David Cameron sealed a deal with the European Union and its twenty-seven other…
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Cameron’s Conservatives Battle BDS

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In the run-up to the general election this past spring, British Prime Minister David Cameron promised the Jewish community that his party is deeply concerned about Anglo-Jewry’s security and welfare.…
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