September 2013

A Litmus Test for War: Britain’s National Interests

By accident, the United Kingdom has done “The Right Thing” with regard to Syria.One could argue that this is how democracy operates; by cutting through the politicking to what people really think when it’s important. But we were lucky. ¬†To ensure we learn and achieve something useful from this, the UK must stop trying to …

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Consequences of All British Military Action Requiring Parliamentary Approval

After the the bugled debate on whether Britain should take military action against Syria and its chemical weapons, ¬†parliamentary voices are now demanding that the Prime Minister be stripped of his legal right to send British forces into action. They are encouraged by the Prime Minister’s declaration that as Parliament has debated Syria, that’s an …

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