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  2. ‘Prince Bandar is racked by worry about a possible thaw between America and Iran’
  3. ‘For once, we found ourselves declaring that the world had become slightly safer’
  4. ‘The world’s newest country has torn itself apart in the space of four weeks’
  5. Courage in the face of tyranny
  6. ‘Putin possesses avowedly expansionist goals and the world’s largest nuclear arsenal’
  7. ‘Would the Kremlin really have allowed this undeliverable pledge to be made?’
  8. Perhaps Madam Butterfly will sing her agonising lament within a ‘People’s Republic’
  9. Israeli leaders might loathe Hamas, but they know and understand an old adversary
  10. A terrible humanitarian disaster is now overtaking two European cities
  11. Why are soldiers much better at relief work than the supposed professionals?
  12. Mr Erdogan has not lifted a finger to protect Kobane from the IS assault
  13. Could the recent violence in Jerusalem be the spark that ignites a third intifada?
  14. The entire Russian economy seems likely to be pulled into recession next year
  15. The inescapable truth is that the girls were not ‘abducted’, but enslaved
  16. Vladimir Putin has achieved most of his goals, at least in the short term
  17. The truth is that Netanyahu offers Israel nothing but perpetual conflict
  18. A huge percentage of able-bodied Eritreans strain every nerve to flee their homeland
  19. The Rohingyas’ misfortune is that they are not victims of Israel or the West