There are few parallels to the kingdom’s distaste for human rights.
The adjective ‘Nixonian’ has given Trump cause for concern.
The Irish law, however odd it may seem from a Western angle, would appear lame to many Muslim states.
Trump described Kim Jong-un as a ‘smart cookie’.
The electoral map shows a divided France.
‘Land, peace and bread’ were what the Russians aspired to.
Is it acceptable to slay civilians, including ‘beautiful children’?
Like Dylan, Yevtushenko was a voice of his generation.
The patent absurdity of IS contrasts with the IRA’s motivations.
Almost every rock guitarist owes a debt to Berry.
The Dutch elections and the Turkish referendum are the latest battlegrounds for far-right politics.
The female workers didn’t know they were sparking a revolution.
Key members of Israel’s cabinet favour partial annexation.
The bells did not fall silent, the ‘dhammal’ never stopped.
Does Putin possess compromising recordings?
The Brexit debate has sparked more confusion.
The ban has been received joyously by the far right.
Trump epitomises the worst excesses of capitalism.
Obama’s supporters had cause to feel abandoned.
It remains to be seen how the Putin-Trump bromance will play out.