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Welcome to my blog - The Great Unravelling
This blog tries to make sense of Britain's decision to leave the EU and what it means for Britain's place in the world. This sesimic event in British and European politics cannot be understood in isolation to wider global political trends and economic processes.
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Category Archives: Middle East Peace Process
I’m not a pacifist, but the conflict in Gaza sickens me. The indiscriminate military tactics of both sides dehumanises all parties. The shelling of innocents erodes rather than legitimiates the moral narratives both sides are frantically promoting over the airwaves. … Continue reading
How I pity those responsible for organizing Obama’s visit to Israel this week. Not only is this his first visit to Israel as President, it is his first foreign visit as a second term President. In a region rife in … Continue reading
What does the third and final US Presidential debate tell us about US foreign policy priorities for the next four years? Probably not much, given that both candidates tried their darndest to use the debate to air disagreements over the economy. … Continue reading
Last Wednesday the Obama administration recognised publicly that attempts to bribe the Israeli government into agreeing a 90-day settlement freeze to resume talks with Palestinians had failed. So, one week on where do we go from here? Should we follow … Continue reading
2011 is slated to be an important crossroads in the Middle East peace process in view of the anticipated completion of the Palestinian National Authority’s two-year plan for Palestinian state building by August next year, and the subsequent expiry of … Continue reading