The Gulf states are unnerved by the ease with which the US and UK have shifted towards engaging with the Muslim Brotherhood in North Africa, says Jane Kinninmont.
This latest move would seem to increase the likelihood of the royal succession moving to the third generation earlier than many expected, says Jane Kinninmont.
Radicalization is increasing. This is a major development in the course of events in the country. It.s unlikely any foreign power was involved in the blasts, says Jane Kinninmont.
Benoit Gomis says that Britain and France are trying to respond to US calls for Europe 'pull its weight', citing joint defense treaties signed by the two states in 2010 and, recently, a joint program to build drones.
You will never achieve (anything) by stamping your foot and saying, 'Well, we want to be part of this club, we want to unilaterally rewrite the rules of the game and we want to pick and choose unilaterally what we sign up to,' [Nick Clegg] said in a speech to Chatham House.
In a speech at Chatham House, the deputy prime minister Nick Clegg entered the fray, stating that Salmond's statements on Scotland getting automatic membership of the EU 'has no basis in fact'.
A lot of this is just cosmetic. Let's wait and see what the details of the deployments are before we think Germany has changed, says Anand Menon.
Speaking at Chatham House, Mr Clegg said the Lib Dems will play no part in taking back powers without absolute assurances that Britain can opt back in.
In a speech at the Chatham House thinktank in London, Clegg said he was completely at one with the prime minister over the coalition plans to negotiate a real-terms freeze in the next seven-year EU budget.
'A grand, unilateral repatriation of powers might sound appealing but in reality, it is a false promise, wrapped in a Union Jack,' said Mr Clegg in a speech at Chatham House.
[Labour's] change of heart is dishonest, it's hypocritical. And worst of all, Labour's plan would cost the taxpayer more, not less, he is expected to say.
In a speech to be delivered to Chatham House [Nick Clegg] will say that Labour was well aware there was 'absolutely no prospect' of achieving a real-terms cut.