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Alison Vandenburgh: The Walsh Exchange

February 23, 2012


This is a guest post by Ms. Alison Vandenburgh of Georgetown University, which explains to readers what I think sounds like a great project there. Alison got in touch with me recently about promoting the Walsh Exchange conference on the blog, and I thought this was the best way to do it. When thinking about […]

David Cameron can avoid a war with Argentina by preparing for one

February 2, 2012


It sometimes feels like the Cameron premiership has so far been a replay of the early Thatcher one what with the cuts, the riots, bust-ups with France, and backbench discontent over the direction of the government. This sense of de jà vu is heightened by tensions over the Falkland Islands a month before the 30th […]