The plight of Bangladesh is serving to further expose those who would deny the disastrous impact of climate change.
Protesting Trumpism is a must, but failing to grapple with the sorry legacy of the Obama administration can only lead to self-delusion.
The reticence of the UK government to fully investigate recent Israeli interference points to Britain’s long standing relationship with Tel Aviv and shared enemies within the political left.
The increasingly hysterical liberal media is further descending into infantile point-scoring in its struggle against Trump, in the process whitewashing the violence endemic to US foreign policy.
“Comedian” Jim Jefferies’ claim that there’s “no downside to legalised prostitution” is at odds with the proven reality of exploitation and trans-national trafficking.
Outrage at the alleged “hacking” of the US election points to a wilful obfuscation of Russian anxieties following intentional escalation and destabilisation in Eastern Europe.
The possible placement of David Cameron as NATO Secretary General marks an attempt by the UK to retain prestigue in both Europe and the US.