The Minister Of Chaos

Tony Blair and David Cameron were polished and formidable. Gordon Brown and Theresa May were rigid, fearful, cautious. Johnson might as well be another species. He is lively and engaged, superficially disheveled but in fact focused and watchful. He is scruffy, impulsive, exuberant. Read More Here

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The Delusions Of Global Britain

The United Kingdom would therefore do better to approach its next chapter with a little more humility. The country can still play a central part in international politics if it reconciles itself to the role of middle power. Instead of indulging in Commonwealth or Indo-Pacific fantasies, London should seek its strengths closer to home—where it […]

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UK-China Relations: From Gold To Dust

In just a few months, the United Kingdom’s overall policy toward China has changed dramatically. Until recently, Downing Street was famously defining itself as “China’s best partner in the West” and was committed to intensifying its proclaimed “golden era” of relations with Beijing. Read Here | The Diplomat

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Bye Bye Britain

In​ 2019, Boris Johnson became prime minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. In 2020, he shrank into being prime minister of England. For the second time in less than seven years, the union is in trouble. But this time the problem needs a new question. Forget: ‘Should Scotland be independent?’ […]

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Rethinking Churchill

Indeed Churchill was a walking policy disaster across the board. The architect of the Gallipoli tragedy of 1915 nearly wrecked the international financial system by messing with the price of gold and destabilising the gold standard, which cost him his slot in the Cabinet. By 1931, he was a backbencher, consorting with the likes of […]

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Boris Johnson Is Dangerously Ill: What Happens Next?

There is a chance that Boris Johnson’s recovery takes so long that it becomes unsustainable for him to remain in office. If he becomes an obstacle to the effective administration of the country, then Johnson might find himself forced to resign under pressure from his Cabinet colleagues. Read Here – The National Interest

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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson Tests Positive For Coronavirus

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for the new coronavirus. After experiencing mild symptoms yesterday, he was tested for coronavirus on the personal advice of England’s Chief Medical Officer, Professor Chris Whitty said. Downing St. says Johnson is self-isolating and continuing to lead the country’s response to COVID-19. “Over the last 24 hours […]

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