Ron Paul is Relevant, Like it or Not

With the Iowa Caucus and the New Hampshire Primary approaching, statistical rumours are that Texas Congressman Ron Paul has a considerable chance of doing well at the initial stages of … Continue Reading →


War, Torture, Neocons, Media and Republicans

    The first 2011 GOP Debate on Foreign Policy took place in South Carolina with the support of CBS News, which had it on national TV for the first … Continue Reading →

‘Open Secrets’ and the London Weapons Fair

Last month, London’s ExCel Centre hosted the biennial Defence and Security International Fair, where the latest triumphs of military technology were shown off. This post is my reflections on some … Continue Reading →

Power to the people? What are we asking for when we ask for transparency?

 Secrecy is as indispensable to human beings as fire, and as greatly feared – Sissela Bok In recent times, calls for transparency have intensified in international politics. Examples abound: Wikileaks, public … Continue Reading →


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