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Protecting our people
by H.E. Ambassador Leigh Turner
This blog article is republished without any modification from https://blogs.fcdo.gov.uk/author/leighturner/ by courtesy of the author.
The White Man’s Burden
Racism as a Permissible “Dimension”?
For a Better Understanding of the Nature of what was once the Greatest Regulatory Power for the Far East and West
by Wolfgang Geissler
In the wake of the emotional afterglow of Anglophilia following my stay in England the year before, my father presented me at Christmas 1960 with the book “The Expansion of England: Two Courses of Lectures”, by the English historian John Robert Seeley about the growth of the British Empire, (published in German as “Die Ausbreitung Englands”).
An additional perspective to last week’s blog
by Colin A. Munro
Ian Murdoch’s reminiscences about English football prompt me to add a Scottish perspective.
The Premier League
by Ian Murdoch
The Human Dilemma
Maybe we made mistakes
by Melanie Sully
When I was a child television was in its infancy. It occupied an obscure part of the room looking like a piece of furniture and was tentatively opened out of a cupboard for a few hours a day.
The British Monarchy
Its status and actual challenges
by Colin A. Munro
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK) is a constitutional monarchy, without a written constitution.