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What kind of diplomat is Rishi Sunak? Following Sunak’s first visit to DC since becoming PM, I spoke with Lucy Fisher, the Whitehall Editor of the Financial Times, on the biggest takeaways from Sunak’s first visit to DC and what it means for him domestically. Judah, Ben (9 April 2010). "Blood in the Streets of Bishkek". Foreign Affairs . Retrieved 25 June 2022. He never moralises, never judges those whose stories he records — yet the book is rooted in a deep moral vision, a Judaic vision: the sanctity of individual human life.
The book is divided into 23 chapters that each take the name of a different town or city, and essentially focus on the plight of one person therein. So in Budapest we find Ibrahim, a Syrian refugee who yearns to act, to attain financial success, to be a celebrity. Makes you expand the boundaries of your sympathies and your understanding. It’s an astonishing achievement." ― Evening Standard
He has interviewed and profiled global figures including French President Emmanuel Macron, former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak, and former First Lady Melania Trump. As a journalist, he has reported on the Russo-Georgia War; unrest in Central Asia, the Arab Spring, and elections in the United Kingdom, France, and United States.
Atlantic Debrief Jun 30, 2023 #AtlanticDebrief – What were the main takeaways from the EUCO summit? | A Debrief from Dave KeatingWhat does it now mean to call yourself European? Who makes up this population of 750 million, sprawled from Portugal to Ukraine, from Sweden to Turkey? Who has always called it home, and who has newly arrived from elsewhere, hoping for better? Who are the people who drive our long-distance lorries, steward our criss-crossing planes, craft our legacy wines, fish our depleted waters, and risk life itself in search of safety and a new start? The thumbnail was modified from a picture taken by Sue Ream. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:BerlinWall-BrandenburgGate.jpg
Illuminating . . . a bold literary and journalistic experiment. Judah knows how to tell a story and does so with panache." ― The Spectator Is Charles a modernizing figure for the monarchy? Why have Charles III’s philanthropic ventures gone largely unnoticed? Is it fair to say that Charles III even likes Britain? This event is organised in partnership between UCL European Institute and UCL European and International Political Studies (EISPS).Judah, Ben (October 2009). "Moscow: Putin's Empire Strikes Out". Standpoint Magazine. Archived from the original on 9 March 2016 . Retrieved 19 February 2016.