From the daily archives:

Monday, March 3, 2014

Shouldn’t The Crimeans Get A Say?

March 3, 2014

There are very real reasons for being critical of Vladimir Putin and the developments in both Crimea and eastern Ukraine. It seems all too easy for him to roll the tanks in to crush neighbours that oppose Russian interests, as happened six years ago in Georgia. It feels very much like a resumption of the […]

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Chris Grayling’s Quest For Injustice – Part One

March 3, 2014

This might shock you. Imagine this – you get into an incident, some kind of dispute which culminates in you pushing another individual forcefully to the chest, sadly, nay, tragically, they fall, bang their head and die. You are arrested at the scene and transported to a police station where you are accused of murder. […]

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Ukraine Crisis: The Hypocrisy of the West

March 3, 2014

As the crisis in the Ukraine continues to escalate towards potentially dangerous outcomes that are yet unknown, the collective powers in the West ratchet up their quasi-imperialistic warnings against Russia. As always with any conflict in Eastern Europe or the Middle East, Russia is the major player in the game of geopolitical chess, and of […]

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