Chris Doyle is director of the London-based Council for Arab-British Understanding (CAABU). He has worked with the council since 1993 after graduating with a first class honors degree in Arabic and Islamic Studies at Exeter University. He has organized and accompanied numerous British parliamentary delegations to Arab countries.
The indirect costs of war should never be forgotten
King Charles must show British monarchy is anchored in reality
One of the greatest shows of pageantry, pomp and regal tradition thrilled the world on Saturday. The world watched as the House of Windsor formalized the succession of King Charles in the first coronation of a British king since 1937.
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International community does have options on Palestine
Will America continue to act as the world’s policeman?
Back in the 1990s, if there was such a thing as the world’s policeman, then it was the US. This was the American moment, not least in the Middle East. The Soviet Union had collapsed, Russia was in crisis and the sleeping dragon of China was only just awakening.
Grown-ups back in charge in UK as Johnson grilled
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