Dr David Wearing is a Teaching Fellow in International Relations at Royal Holloway, University of London, and author of AngloArabia: Why Gulf Wealth Matters to Britain exploring the UK’s relationship with the authoritarian Gulf states. Follow him on Twitter: @DavidWearing.
How Britain is a bad influence on the Gulf states – an interview with David Wearing
Could Britain ever promote democracy in the Gulf? Only if it turns its own foreign policy away from neoliberalism...
Racism and xenophobia are resurgent in the UK, and the centre-left is partly to blame
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Sarah Ditum misrepresents the left and the case against the Iraq war.
Gordon Brown has some nerve criticising Jeremy Corbyn on foreign policy
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