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Peak Coal Has Arrived
August 7, 2010 No Comment
Peak Coal Has Arrived

A new peer-reviewed study in the journal Science has concluded that world coal production will peak next year. The study finds that on a business-as-usual scenario of exploitation (i.e. without efforts to curb fossil …

Pakistan’s Double Game
August 2, 2010 No Comment
Pakistan’s Double Game

Prospect Magazine has today published my analysis of the US-Pakistan terror nexus on its blog here:
Since the release of 90,000 pages of classified US military intelligence on operations in Afghanistan and Pakistan by WikiLeaks, the …

7/7, Terror and Torture: Protecting the Deep State
July 2, 2010 No Comment
7/7, Terror and Torture: Protecting the Deep State

Five years on from the London tube bombings, we remain no closer to a full, complete and impartial understanding of the terrible events of that day. Today, the coalition government has demonstrated that it has …

McChrystal Falls: Another Casualty of a War We’re Losing
June 25, 2010 No Comment
McChrystal Falls: Another Casualty of a War We’re Losing

It is no surprise that President Obama decided to sack General Stanley McChrystal after he and his aides were quoted criticising the president and other senior administration officials in Rolling Stone – of all places. …

Coalition of the Willing – The "New Politics" of Cameron and Clegg, and Our Responsibility
May 12, 2010 No Comment
Coalition of the Willing – The "New Politics" of Cameron and Clegg, and Our Responsibility

Lots of my friends and colleagues are concerned, if not downright depressed, by the Conservative Party’s ascension to the seat of government. They’re also equally, if not more, shocked that Tories did so with the …

Well and Truly Hung: Fiscal Foolishness and Crisis Convergence
May 11, 2010 No Comment
Well and Truly Hung: Fiscal Foolishness and Crisis Convergence

In the UK, headlines are dominated by one thing: the hung parliament, and which party, or coalition of parties, is going to take power. Perhaps the subject slips to issues of economic crisis, with mention …

Blair Did It – or did he?
February 9, 2010 No Comment
Blair Did It – or did he?

So far, Blair’s testimony before the Chilcot Inquiry has been seen as a largely self-incriminating affair, illustrating the extent not only to which Blair was willing to lie, or deceive himself and others, to go …