We are drifting down a slope that leads to the ghosts of Hitler and Stalin.
The extent of the fires is unprecedented in living memory.
Another all-out war in the Middle East is not yet inevitable, but nor is it unavoidable.
Inevitably, much of the good, the bad and the ugly will carry over into the 2020s.
The revolt against Modi’s action is a sign of hope.
It isn’t clear if US voters care about Trump’s Kiev dealings.
‘What had we done for Boris? Had we taught him truthfulness?
The kind of change that the angry populace desires seems remote.
We’re supposed to be living in the 21st century, for heaven’s sake.
There’s no telling where the revolt in Hong Kong might lead.
Will there be another election sooner rather than later?
Many members of the Eastern Bloc have drifted to the far right.
IS was incubated by the consequences of the US invasion of Iraq.
It’s hard to tell when tipping points will kick in.
We are in the beginning of a mass extinction.
The history of US intervention is a saga of mass destruction.
For many, the Khashoggi killing was a short-lived affair.
Hate was hardly unfamiliar in Britain half a century ago.
All bets would be off, were a war to be unleashed.
The Vietnamese leader served as a global inspiration.