Tag Archives: Boris Johnson

That Shallow Emptying Feeling

There’s a rule here in Hollywood – the Brit is the calm one, the character who won’t get flustered, the one with the stiff upper lip, the one who will keep calm and carry on, the one who will, with … Continue reading

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Boris Shows How It’s Done

This is getting tiresome. The Washington Post’s Paul Farhi and John Wagner report on the spat of the day: President Trump says he wants to change the channel on Fox News, the cable network that helped make his political career … Continue reading

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American and British Carelessness

Washington was waiting in breathless anticipation for the Mueller hearings to begin. The man who investigated Trump was going to tell all, except he’d already said he had nothing more to add – read his report – that’s all he … Continue reading

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Driven by Anger

People do write books. Thomas Wright is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and the author of All Measures Short of War: The Contest for the 21st Century and the Future of American Power – “a groundbreaking look at the future … Continue reading

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