Daniel Larison

Posts tagged “Jeremy Corbyn”

Poll: British Public Overwhelmingly Opposes Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia

British support for the war on Yemen has scant support among the public there.

Posted July 17th, 2017

May’s Costly Gamble

The U.K. and the Conservative Party would both be well-served by her speedy departure.

Posted June 8th, 2017

U.K. Exit Poll Points to Hung Parliament

An election that was supposed to consolidate May’s position and provide “strong and stable” government appears to have produced exactly the opposite.

Posted June 8th, 2017

May Stumbles Towards the Finish Line

Failing to criticize Trump’s attacks was just one more embarrassing performance by the prime minister.

Posted June 5th, 2017

The Tories May Be in Real Trouble

An election that was supposed to be a legacy-making victory for May is now something much closer to a political near-death experience for her.

Posted June 2nd, 2017

Could the Tories Lose?

The Conservatives have run their campaign on the possibly fatal assumption that they couldn’t lose no matter what they did.

Posted May 31st, 2017

May’s Election Gamble Seems to Be Backfiring

If there are no large Tory gains next month, the decision to call the election will go down as another unforced error by a Conservative leader.

Posted May 26th, 2017

Blair’s Overdue Repudiation

Blair’s reputation is completely ruined.

Posted July 6th, 2016

Romney’s Futile Anti-Trump Gesture

The discredited former Republican leader is trying to tell a party that has lost confidence in him what they should do.

Posted March 2nd, 2016

Five Questions That Should Be Asked Tonight, But Won’t Be

A starting point for a real foreign policy debate

Posted September 16th, 2015

Corbyn and Britain’s Foreign Policy Debate

Corbyn’s win could provide the British public with a meaningful debate on foreign policy.

Posted September 14th, 2015

“Anti-Party” Men and Their Parties

Party leaders are being told by a large bloc of their core supporters that they have neglected them and their interests for far too long.

Posted September 8th, 2015

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

Debunking the bad arguments against the nuclear deal. Nicholas Miller refutes five …

Posted August 14th, 2015