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Dr Andrew Foxall discusses the resignation of Russia’s government with Mike Graham

ANDREW FOXALL

Leader-for-life Putin has condemned Russia to decades more of stagnation and decline

Dr Andrew Foxall discusses the resignation of Russia’s government on Sky News

Donald Trump proved the doubters wrong and got it right on Iran with Qassem Soleimani

ANDREW FOXALL

Russia’s blatant war on the West must go unchallenged no longer

NIKITA MALIK

Here’s Why Young People Are Particularly Vulnerable To Radicalization

Jamila Mammadova discusses Russia’s role in the Libyan conflict on Al Jazeera with Lauren Tailor

Dr Paul Stott discusses Iran’s nuclear ambitions and the killing of Qassim Suleimani on Talk Radio

Is a computer the best detective?

Labour is on the verge of total irrelevance

Dr Alan Mendoza discusses the history behind Donald Trump’s Iran crisis with The Sun

Dr Rakib Ehsan discusses the Labour Party leadership contest with Mike Graham

JAMES ROGERS

Global Britain: the UK’s policymakers need new operating assumptions

Britain after Brexit: it’s time to decide on our place in the world

Dr Paul Stott discusses Iran’s missile attack on US bases in Iraq with Mike Graham

Dr Paul Stott discusses Iran’s missile attack on US bases in Iraq on BBC Three Counties Radio

Qassem Soleimani’s death is the UK’s first test of post-Brexit foreign policy

James Rogers discusses Britain’s reaction to US killing of Qassim Suleimani on LBC Radio

Sam Armstrong discusses US killing of Qassim Suleimani on LBC Radio

Trump’s execution of Iran general is biggest security event since 9/11 – and Britain will be on edge for revenge attacks

Dr Paul Stott discusses US killing of Qassim Suleimani with Mike Graham

After Hong Kong riots, Huawei row and LSE takeover battle: China blocks Shanghai stock market pact with London

Dr Alan Mendoza discusses US killing of Qassim Suleimani on BBC Radio 2

Razwan Faraz: Teacher in Trojan horse scandal is back in classroom

A year of selective outrage over terror attacks

JAMES ROGERS

Britain needs foreign aid policy fit for modern era

The Tories may have scooped up most of the Leave vote, but they struggled with British Muslim Brexiteers

How Labour lost coal country

British jihadism’s familiar connections: Usman Khan, Al Muhajiroun and Pakistan

James Rogers discusses Britain’s foreign policy at 5th Lithuanian Foreign Policy Conference

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