Denis MacShane

Denis MacShane is a Contributing Editor at The Globalist. He was the United Kingdom's Minister for Europe from 2002 to 2005 — and the author of "Brexit: How Britain Will Leave Europe." [United Kingdom] Follow him @DenisMacShane

May Snap Election: A Move Toward British Disunification

The big winner of the upcoming UK snap election will be three nationalisms – English, Scottish and Irish republican.

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London Terror and Poland’s Utter Disgrace

Poland’s Prime Minister (ab)uses terrorist act to settle political scores and trumpet her government’s message of utter divisiveness.

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Trump and May Are Not Reagan and Thatcher

A closer look at what is going to be the future relationship between Donald Trump and Theresa May.

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UK: Labour Hands UK to Tories for a Decade

Britain’s Labour party, by reelecting Jeremy Corbyn, faces a miserable decade, like it did in the 1950s and 1980s.

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A Misguided Love Affair With the United States

Gordon Brown, presumably a dour Scot, spent all his vacations in the United States and was in love with Clintonism.

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Is Merkel Rushing to Push Britain Out of Europe?

What European leaders must do to give UK a chance for reason to prevail post-Brexit.

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Kosovo: A Country That Doesn’t Exist? Really, Belgrade?

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden has been a steadfast advocate for constructiveness in the West Balkans.

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Theresa May’s Three Musketeers

Boris Johnson, David Davis and Liam Fox to take on Europe and the world, but craftily set up for failure.

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Iraq Invasion: Why Did No One Raise An Eyebrow?

An insider’s account on the decision to invade Iraq, in view of the Chilcot Commission’s report.

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Years of Confusion and Chaos After the UK Votes

The days of civilized, parliamentary exchanges that marked British politics belong to the last century.

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