Legacy of Violence: A History of the British Empire

Legacy of Violence: A History of the British Empire

Although many Nazis were brought to book for their crimes, no British were, Declan Hayes writes. Caroline Elkins’ accounts of British soldiers ramming broken bottles into the vaginas of female Kenyan prisoners during the Kikuyus’ Mau Mau revolt is not, by any stretch, the worst example of Albion’s imperial violence she recounts. Because this 870…

Why is Britain Rushing Back to Africa?

Why is Britain Rushing Back to Africa?

Leading international experts estimate that one in four global consumers will be African by 2050. The African continent is home to 8 of the world’s 15 fastest-growing economies. It is therefore not surprising that interest in Africa has recently increased considerably on the part of leading international players, especially former metropoles. British Foreign Secretary James…

Why’s British Media Glorifying Anti-Russian Suicide-Bombing Terrorists?

Why’s British Media Glorifying Anti-Russian Suicide-Bombing Terrorists?

There are plenty of other ways to rekindle the Western public’s interest in the Ukrainian Conflict without disgustingly misportraying literal jihadis (in the words of Sky News’ Dominic Waghorn prior to them being removed like Breitbart reported) as supposed heroes. Far from convincing average folks that Kiev’s cause is supposedly as righteous as their officials…