China-US trade war
NATO aggression, British arms sales and the HMS Defender incident
British arms sales to Ukraine preceded the recent provocation and a huge NATO exercise is to follow.
British government starts preparations for major armed conflict
The UK government has published a national security report that recognizes end of Post Cold War Order, declares global competition and announces major changes in Britain's domestic and foreign policy.
UK-Africa Summit: global Britain, or new colonialism?
The UK-Africa 2020 Summit was held in the UK on January 20
From the Greek revolt to the Battle of England: hopes and difficulties of the European (radical) left
The Brexit and EU question, under the light of the accumulated experience of a decade of unsuccessful efforts to oppose neoliberalism in Europe
The Geopolitics of the British Election
The British elections scheduled to take place on December 12th constitute a milestone for the evolution of the European and global situation.
Eyes on Ireland: Boris Johnson’s Biggest Brexit Hurdle
Change In Westminster Management
Yet another provocation in Hormuz Strait
The conflict between the UK and Iran around the oil tanker Grace 1 runs the risk of growing over into a war of tankers.
Ten candidates in the UK: who will win and what does the future hold for Brexit?
Ten politicians are officially registered as candidates for the post of leader of the ruling British Conservative Party
The Chagos Islands and the defeat of the UK at the UN : a precedent for Argentina and Spain
The General Assembly of the United Nations urged the United Kingdom to leave the Chagos archipelago
to learn more.