Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
After years of turning a blind eye to Vladimir Putin's aggression, the West finally appears to be uniting against him – as Ukraine continues to pay the cost
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has laid bare the contradictory position of central and eastern Europeans within the racial hierarchies that structure Europe’s border regimes, argue Dr Charlotte Galpin and Professor Sara Jones
The Government does not have the ideological or intellectual tools to stop Brits from being squeezed, says Mike Buckley
If the Government really want to seize the assets of Russian oligarchs, the Economic Crime Bill doesn’t go far enough, says Gareth Roberts
The Russian President's threats to use nuclear force should be a wake-up call for the West, writes Dr Andrew Corbett
Paul Niland argues that the Russian President has doubled down on his gamble by invading Ukraine, with dire consequences for his undemocratic rule in Russia
Trump, Giuliani, Manafort and a host of Russian oligarchs have all felt threatened by Ukraine's efforts to tackle corruption and improve democratic accountability, reports Matt Bernardini