Corbyn vs. Smith – How Foreign Policy Will Affect The Labour Leadership Campaign

HOW CANDIDATES’ STANCES ON FOREIGN POLICY ILLUSTRATE THE GULF BETWEEN THE LABOUR PARTY MEMBERS AND THE WIDER PUBLIC. Written By Ryan Newington For the second time in 12 months, the UK’s main opposition party, Labour, has been in a leadership contest that has ripped the tenuous alliance between moderate social democrats and self-identifying socialists apart. Because … Continue reading Corbyn vs. Smith – How Foreign Policy Will Affect The Labour Leadership Campaign

Ostpolitik Is Not Going To Work This Time

GERMANY’S SOCIAL DEMOCRATS HOPE THAT ACCOMMODATION WILL MODERATE RUSSIA’S BEHAVIOUR. THEY’RE WRONG. Written By Nick Ottens This article originally appeared on ATLANTIC SENTINEL Germany’s Social Democrats are falling back on an old idea to try and improve relations with Russia. The second party in Angela Merkel’s coalition government is calling for rapprochement and understanding, thinking that … Continue reading Ostpolitik Is Not Going To Work This Time