Trump is dangerously polarising politics across the globe
Why are we all struck dumb as Trump’s psychopathy is elevated to the status of US policy?
If Ireland doesn't stand up at the Brexit negotiating table, it risks being handed a bad deal
We are being cast adrift on very turbulent seas, writes Michael McDowell
The media’s desire for instant gratification is encouraging the development of a vicious online mentality
Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump are forming an unlikely axis of global power
The US deluded itself and quite a large portion of the western media
There is a parallel universe in which Gerry, a pioneer of a the 'post-factual' world, lives
My prediction that Brexit would be used to attempt a federalist constitutionalist putsch has come true
Most Europeans, including myself, wish the EU to be a partnership of independent sovereign states
As Aleppo perishes, the West carries on propping up dangerous feudal autocracies and unleashing forces far worse than Assad
In this dangerous, unpredictable world of Trump and Brexit, must we heap the timbers around our own stake?
Long before Trump, tens of millions of people saw themselves as casualities of economic globalisation
The British judges who stuck a legal thumb into the Article 50 shotgun are unfairly getting both barrels
How Brexiteers could unleash such a torrent on judges who were asked to resolve a perfectly straightforward issue?
It could well damage her legacy