Alexander Woolfson

Alexander Woolfson

The UK debate over air strikes reveals the strategic void at the heart of Westminster

In both Ukraine and Syria, the Russian President has exploited the West’s weakness to divide Nato and halt the advance of democracy

Efraim Karsh’s book on the creation of the modern Middle East is timely but overstates his case

Only US troops as part of an international force can halt ISIS in its tracks as its influence spreads due to the President’s disastrous policies

Ignore the isolationists. In a dangerous world, America and Europe neglect their duty to defend liberty and prosperity at their peril

At a time of chaos across three continents, neither David Cameron nor Ed Miliband is willing to reconsider Britain’s place in the world seriously

Alarmingly, there are credible Western voices advocating a grand bargain with Russia

Henry Kissinger’s latest book is a reminder of the timeless question of international relations

Putin’s Crimean adventure, US isolation and EU decline show that the Western Allies urgently need to come up with a new strategy

The Ukraine crisis has revealed the incoherence of the Obama doctrine. Until the US reasserts itself, liberal democracy is in danger