Foreign Affairs

In a serious country serious people would resign over Pen’s pets

What happens if the Taliban gets it right?

Drawing on the author’s experiences, the book’s effect is akin to having a long pub chat with a knowledgeable journo

This book is an apt metaphor for the state of freedom of speech in modern Britain

David Smith recalls past conflicts between the Palestinians and the Israelis, and a special friend who kept him alive

The UK Government’s reluctance to acknowledge Iran’s hostility shows the bizarre lengths to which countries must now go to appease Iran

There are no dominoes to fall in Afghanistan

James Snell reports on the deployment of British Troops in Mali as a part of the UN’s mission to counter jihadist groups

Weekly pressers from Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs have turned into festivals of hostility towards the countries caught in the Kremlin’s crosshairs — why?

Sir Iain Duncan Smith gives his assessment to Graham Stewart