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The International Centre for Sustainability Launches This Month

The International Centre for Sustainability launches this month, a new global hub dedicated to fostering a deeper alliance between the UK, the West and India. Spread over two floors in the heart of the City, the Centre is an independent research and advisory organisation rooted in nine key pillars. The first of its kind, the …

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Britain needs Stronger Intelligence Cooperation with India ICFS

Britain needs Stronger Intelligence Cooperation with India

Intelligence cooperation between the UK and India has a long history and remains a key component of the bilateral relationship. Like most intelligence relationships, there have been moments of highs and lows. However, moving ahead, the quality of this relationship can be strengthened by infusing a sense of equality into a relationship that has hitherto …

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Why Ukraine and the West must resist Putin’s fuzzy logic ICFS

Why Ukraine and the West must resist Putin’s fuzzy logic

This is part one of a three-part response to the Carlson-Putin interview.   The United Kingdom for all intents and purposes is at war with Russia.  Underlying all other points this must never be forgotten. To my mind Tucker Carlson has pulled off the interview of the year. He allowed Putin to speak, and some have …

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The Ram Mandir temple at Ayodhya: Forging harmony or repeating history?

Whilst all attention turns to unrest in the Middle East, the opening of what is considered to be the equivalent of Mecca for Hindus is passing with little opposition from extreme factions in the UK. A site that has been marred with communal unrest, with thousands of lives lost, has often seen activity in Ayodhya …

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India, Israel and the economic consequences of terror

If post-terror history has anything to teach us, it’s that Israel is set to see a sharp economic downturn. With over 300,000 reservists being drafted for military duty, Israel’s skilled workforce has been squeezed by 15%. India has remained a steadfast ally to Israel and proves that counter-terrorism can be coupled with economic growth. If …

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City of London, financial capital of the world

Why we shouldn’t forget what made us rich.

Milton Freedman once wrote “the political system is not inclined to bring about policies that would reduce the scope of government. Politicians win elections by promising benefits, not by imposing burdens.” What Freedman was suggesting was a simple truth, namely that the democratic tendency is always for the state to keep growing by venturing into …

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Hamas: righteous resistance or genocidal terrorists?

Those of us who want to see a free Palestine, eventually controlling its own borders, are left distraught by the antisemitism ripping through our British cities. The potential to irrevocably damage support for a two-state solution for Palestine is there. Meanwhile, Hamas’s  genocidal attack on 7 October has destroyed whatever claim to be a “resistance …

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