Boris Johnson may learn that wars don’t always make leaders popular
The British prime minister wants to be a Churchill but is looking more like George W. Bush.
Why did the US Air Force put on a show of strength last week?
The pandemic is going badly for Donald Trump, and it has left US aircraft carriers useless. Long-range bombers are...
If we don’t talk about UK failure on COVID-19, we may well continue it
Pointing out the many government disasters isn’t just an exercise in hindsight – it’s essential for saving lives.
Published in: Home: OpinionWhat use is the military-industrial complex in the COVID-19 crisis?
The world spends almost $2 trillion a year on military forces, but they can’t fight the virus causing the biggest...
Evidence grows that politicians missed many chances to protect us from COVID-19
US intelligence warned of the new disease last November. The British government failed to follow its own advice. The...
Published in: Home: OpinionWe can afford the coronavirus crisis – with a just economy
The richest 1000 people in the UK could easily pay off the cost of coping with the pandemic – but they will fight...