Once again emulating his mentor, Donald Trump, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson seeks to breach the terms of the agreement he himself negotiated with the European Union.
For the United Kingdom to unleash its full potential in the dawning Asian century, it must look to Asia itself for inspiration.
Boris Johnson knows the transition period for Brexit needs to be extended, and he is just waiting for the wind to change before he makes the announcement.
Labour’s new leader must remember that it isn’t just the nuts and bolts of the economy that will be different when the COVID-19 crisis is over, but the perceptions and mindsets of entire populations.
With wartime deficits and historic economic stimulus, the era of unleashing markets and rolling back the state has come to an end.
We should be very concerned that the two most powerful leaders in the Western world, Donald Trump and Boris Johnson, seem to follow and advocate the teachings of self-help gurus.
Brexit has revealed just how beneficial EU membership is — and also the exorbitant cost of divorce.
The cautious approach by far-right parties worldwide to Trump’s impeachment and Brexit may signal that these political actors are now adopting long-term strategies to gain power.
Despite blatant corruption and ineptitude, the far right on both sides of the Atlantic continues to reap harvests from its failures.
The landslide Conservative victory will transform the UK, threaten the EU and influence the US significantly.
With all the talk about Brexit, the NHS, policemen and austerity, no one has mentioned the crisis of education. Dominic Cummings has that one covered.
The voting populations of our evolved democracies have apparently learned to accept, and even expect, that their governments lie.
The contemporary political landscape is characterized by extreme polarization, and that’s not only in Britain or the US.
In a deeply divided country, the Tories seem to have the most loyal flock which should lead them to victory on December 12 and mark a new era in British politics.