US Sec. of State Mike Pompeo met with UK PM Boris Johnson in what spells a joint approach by the world’s leading democracies to growing Chinese aggression.
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From VOA: The British government is set to end the participation of Chinese telecom giant Huawei in the building of Britain’s 5G phone network — a policy about-turn that will further deteriorate London’s strained relations with Beijing, but will please Washington, according to British media reports. The major policy change follows a fresh reassessment by […]
Worldwide “Black Lives Matter” protests following police murder of George Floyd in the US has seen statues of historical figures accused of racism, slavery attacked by British protestors.
George Floyd’s murder by police sparked a fresh round of “black lives matter” globally. Thousands gathered outside the U.S Embassy in London in protest.
A cause for celebration for some, a sobering moment for others. The UK formally ended its EU membership at the stroke of midnight on Friday.
One of the great illnesses afflicting 21st century democracy is a lack of trust – not just in politicians but in each other and ourselves, experts.
Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party has won a solid majority of seats in Britain’s Parliament — a decisive outcome to a Brexit-dominated election.
It is 3½ years since Britons voted for an exit and still, the British Parliament has not been able to deliver what the voters decided.
Tuesday, Britain’s opposition lawmakers took government to task on alleged delay in publication of report titled “Russia” on Russian interference in Brexit.
Essay argues beyond political and social complexities of Brexit subsequent instability can be traced to humble realities of referendum question design.