Global Governance

‘A prominent Israeli will sooner or later be arrested in the UK for alleged war crimes. The law must be changed’

This authority on human rights has become a thorn in the side of the UN and a passionate defender of Israel.

A flawed economic doctrine led Gordon Brown and Alistair Darling to plunge Britain into its worst postwar crisis

Aid to Africa is the problem, not the solution, according to Dambisa Moyo, Zambian-born economist and author of Dead Aid. She discusses the issue with Richard Dowden, executive director of the Royal African Society, and Standpoint editor Daniel Johnson

‘Have the market liberals offered up any defence? Hardly. They have been brushed aside, dismissed as theological quacks’

Government intervention and increased regulation of the banking industry will only worsen the economic crisis

‘Having banished the West’s Judaeo-Christian heritage, we are now investing the advent of Barack Obama with a quasi-messianic significance that no American president can possibly fulfill’