And people called Brexit a crisis… War has returned to Europe. Those are words I never thought I would have to write. In 2022, not 1942, Europeans are sleeping in subway stations to avoid being killed for the crime of being Ukrainian. War correspondents usually…

After twenty years of Western presence in Afghanistan, the Taliban officially reclaimed the capital city, Kabul, on 15 August 2021 in a startling advance. The unexpected news shocked many, leaving human rights activists fearing for the safety of Afghan people especially women and children. Western…

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Since the 2008 Great Financial Crisis, we have seen an equity market broadly supported by the action of the Federal Reserve. As the narrative goes, to save the world from a financial Armageddon, the Federal Reserve printed money and reduced interest rates, policies that have…

There’s nothing like a bit of BBC-bashing to unite the country in these emotionally charged times. From ardent Corbynistas to avowed Brexiteers, lockdown sceptics to despairing Remainers, aiming fire at Auntie — the previous term of endearment for our national broadcaster — is something anyone regardless of their political…