Afghan government in most serious crisis since end of Taliban reign

By Joseph Fitsanakis: The government of Afghanistan is facing one of its most serious crises since the end of the Taliban reign...

3rd September 2018 / Global

China moves into Afghanistan as part of its global mission

TruePublica Editor: This report has to be read with the perspective of an American military leader whose career has been...

3rd September 2018 / Global

The dismantling of the State since the 1980s: Brexit is the wrong diagnosis of a real crisis

Via LSE Politics and Policy - Abby Innes writes that the vote to leave the EU and the administrative chaos around...

1st September 2018 / United Kingdom

Social Media: Ground Zero for the War on Ideas

By Julian Glassford:  Earlier this year I cautioned that “major search engines and social media platforms ... have transformed into data swiping...

1st September 2018 / Global

Book Review: The FBI in Latin America: The Ecuador Files by Marc Becker

By LSE Review of Books: In The FBI in Latin America: The Ecuador Files, Marc Becker brings together and analyses an extensive documentary...

1st September 2018 / Global

BREXIT: EU referendum 2.0 – dead in the water

TruePublica Editor: Bloomberg reported yesterday that British and EU negotiating teams are saying that terms won’t be agreed until the middle of...

31st August 2018 / United Kingdom

94 per cent of parliamentarians haven’t bothered to look at Brexit Impact Report

By TruePublica: The information people were given to make an informed choice about leaving the EU was largely disinformation or...

31st August 2018 / United Kingdom

Brexit – The final push to kill off representative democracy in Britain

By TruePublica: Representative democracy in Britain meant that when it came to the EU referendum, spending limits for political parties...

31st August 2018 / United Kingdom

EU Blinks – Brexit deal on the table

By TruePublica: Sterling rallied by more than a per cent to cross the $1.30 line for the first time in...

30th August 2018 / United Kingdom

Expert View – Why Brexit Is A Neoliberal Project

Simon Wren-Lewis is a British economist. He is a professor of economic policy at the Blavatnik School of Government at Oxford University and a Fellow of Merton College. Wren-Lewis...

30th August 2018 / United Kingdom