In a previous article, “Artsakh Peace and Recognition : the future is not in the past” I made reference to the speed with which the independence of Kosovo was recognised. This was in the context of a situation in 1999… Read More ›
A selection of some of the key images for 2011 from demonstrations, travel and events.
88 years after Khankendi was renamed Stepanakert after Stepan Shahumyan ( the ethnic Armenian “Caucasian Lenin”) the city is now a vibrant place to be, and looks positively to the future. This is despite the fact that 20 miles to… Read More ›
The EDL had their first significant event outside of the capital since Tower Hamlets in early September right in the heart of the Midlands. They visited here a few years ago in the very early days and were subjected to… Read More ›
Only a matter of days after 3 men were murdered in Winson Green during the riots, a Peace Rally was arranged in Summerfield Park in Winson Green to unite all of the communities within Birmingham. The group, “United Birmingham”, had… Read More ›
The full story of Breivik and his mission to save Norway from its multicultural future is yet to be fully understood. The Norwegian courts thwarted his plan to tell the country of his grand vision in the full glory of… Read More ›
Derby is a major manufacturing city in the UK and proudly boasts two very high profile employers in Rolls-Royce and Bombardier. These 2 companies provide a significant proportion of the jobs in the area either directly, or indirectly, through the… Read More ›
“Stereotypes are devices for saving a biased person the trouble of learning” The EDL demonstration in Cambridge on 9th July 2011 was generally a very peaceful affair, and any commotion was no more than you would expect from a few… Read More ›