Patrick Cockburn

Patrick Cockburn is the author of War in the Age of Trump (Verso).

Horrific Pictures of Drowned Migrants Should not Distract us From the Fact That Far More People Die on EU Borders

Trump May Already be in Too Deep to Avoid War With Iran

The Dark Side of Brexit: Britain’s Ethnic Minorities Are Facing More and More Violence

Is Trump a Fascist? Well, He’s Not Hitler or Mussolini Yet, But He’s Getting Closer

Why the US is Persecuting Assange

Theresa May Was a Bad PM, But Her Resignation Will do Nothing to Arrest Britain’s Long-Term Decline

Trump is Making the Same Mistakes in the Middle East the US Always Makes

Europe is Powerless in Growing Conflict Between the US and Iran

The Mysterious “Sabotage” of Saudi Oil Tankers: a Dangerous Moment in Trump’s Escalating Conflict With Iran

The Furor Over the Cambridge Slave Trade Inquiry Proves Why It is Needed

ISIS Feeds Off the Chaos of War

What Revolutionaries in the Middle East Have Learned Since the Arab Spring

Netanyahu’s Victory in Israel Tells Us About the Balance of Power in the Middle East

Calling Assange a Narcissist Misses the Point

The Crippling of Britain in the Age of Brexit

Theresa May’s Appalling Legacy Will be the Destruction of the Good Friday Agreement

How ISIS’s Brutal Project in the Middle East was Finally Overthrown

The Brutal Legacy of Bloody Sunday is a Powerful Warning to Those Hoping to Save Brexit

The Political Class’s Disregard for Irish Life

Stupid, Stupid, Stupid English

Forget the Blunders on Brexit and Foreign Policy, the ISIS Mother and Her Infant are the “Real Threat”

She Didn’t Start the Fire: Why Attack the ISIS Bride?

Trump Says ISIS is Defeated, But He Ignores the Much Bigger and More Troubling Picture

Brexit in the Context of British History

A Plague of Rats: How Years of Austerity Prompted Many Britons to Vote for Brexit

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