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Why can’t world leaders agree that a nuclear war should never be fought? | Jane Kinninmont
Biden and Putin must persuade other nuclear states that such a conflict ‘should never be fought’, says Jane Kinninmont of the European Leadership Network

Jane Kinninmont

21, Jun, 2021 @11:15 AM

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Renewed diplomacy is urgently needed to prevent another Gaza war | Jane Kinninmont
Human rights should be at the centre of a push for peace, says director of the European Leadership Network Jane Kinninmont

Jane Kinninmont

26, May, 2021 @1:00 PM

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Many Middle Eastern countries will welcome Trump’s victory. Here’s why | Jane Kinninmont
The president-elect’s contradictory statements mean many people in the region see him as a blank canvas, a strongman and an accelerant of US decline

Jane Kinninmont

10, Nov, 2016 @11:42 AM

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Britain’s loose definition of extremism is stoking a global crackdown on dissent | Jane Kinninmont
The government’s focus on nonviolence is meant to champion democratic values, but authoritarian states are using it to do just the opposite

Jane Kinninmont

23, Sep, 2016 @4:28 PM

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Why won't the UK government speak out on human rights abuses? | Jane Kinninmont
Britain will only criticise the repressive regimes of its Middle Eastern allies behind closed doors. It is not enough: there must be public condemnation too

Jane Kinninmont

08, Apr, 2016 @12:28 PM

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Five things you need to know about Saudi Arabia’s future | Jane Kinninmont
Jane Kinninmont: King Abdullah’s death raises questions about Saudi’s internal politics, regional role and continued relations with the west

Jane Kinninmont

23, Jan, 2015 @5:07 PM

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Isis will not be beaten by a kneejerk reaction from the west | Jane Kinninmont

Jane Kinninmont: Military responses as a quick fix won't defeat the terrorists. Their ideology and influence need to be undermined

Jane Kinninmont and Abdullah Ali

06, Sep, 2014 @11:03 PM

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Libya could be just the beginning for a newly proactive Gulf | Jane Kinninmont
Jane Kinninmont: No longer able to rely on US support, richer Arab states are more likely to take military action on their own behalf

Jane Kinninmont

26, Aug, 2014 @1:35 PM

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What next for the Gulf's rulers-for-life? | Jane Kinninmont
Jane Kinninmont: If the emir of Qatar decides to hand over power at the age of 61, it would have a profound psychological effect on the Arab world

Jane Kinninmont

22, Jun, 2013 @10:30 AM

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From football to military might, how Qatar wields global power | Jane Kinninmont
Jane Kinninmont: Beckham goes to PSG, al-Jazeera launches in America – just the latest signs of the reach of the gas-rich nation

Jane Kinninmont

03, Feb, 2013 @12:06 AM

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Why has the Saudi king invited Ahmadinejad to the Syria summit? | Jane Kinninmont
Jane Kinninmont: A diplomatic resolution looks unlikely in Syria, but in the realm of Saudi politics, a personal invitation from the king is symbolically important

Jane Kinninmont

07, Aug, 2012 @1:56 PM

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Syria's election charade could trigger yet more unrest | Jane Kinninmont
Jane Kinninmont: Monday's election in Syria was part of cosmetic reform familiar to many Arab countries that will only inflame the opposition

Jane Kinninmont

09, May, 2012 @11:50 AM

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