Nosemonkey's EUtopia

In search of a European identity

August 18, 2008
by Nosemonkey

Georgia, Russia, the EU and future UK foreign policy

Yesterday’s Observer was on really rather good form, with a decent long article amply demonstrating the human cost – easy to forget when trying to work out the wider geopolitical remifications: “They sifted out villagers with Georgian surnames, immediately executing … Continue reading

July 23, 2008
by Nosemonkey
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Food for thought 3

I can see why the U.K. need either the U.S. or Europe, but not why either of the other two ultimately needs the U.K. So where does this leave the U.K.? Jeremy Rifkind, The European Dream, p.xiii