Analysis: Pompeo has threatened to undermine UK democracy if Corbyn becomes Prime Minister - where's the outrage?
There has been radio silence from the BBC and the UK Government on Pompeo’s leaked threats to undermine UK democracy – but it’s as serious as it can get
AS UK POLITICS becomes engrossed in the theatre of a Tory leadership contest, an altogether more serious development came to light on Sunday [9 June].
Trump in the UK - what might Scottish independence from US power look like?
Allegiance to the US empire ties Scotland into a global network of anti-democratic force
AS tens of thousands protest around the UK against the visit by US President Donald Trump, his British sympathisers are complaining that he should be respected for what he represents – the most powerful state in the world and the UK’s ‘most important ally’.
Analysis: The threads which bind Assange, Ecuador, the IMF and ‘monetary suicide’
CommonSpace editor Ben Wray looks at what connects Ecuador’s dollarisation with an IMF loan agreement in February and Julian Assange’s arrest on Thursday [12 April] - and how there could be lessons there for an independent Scotland
Analysis: With his Golan Heights proclamation, Trump has given Netanyahu a blank cheque for conquest
The US recognition of Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights has been interpreted by Benjamin Netanyahu as a refutation of international law, Sean Bell finds
THE annual conference of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) has, in the past few days, garnered much media attention and breathless commentary, in both the US and beyond.
Analysis: US media’s obsession with 'Russia-gate' has let Trump play the victim
CommonSpace editor Ben Wray says the US media’s unrelenting focus on ‘Russia-gate’ has proven to be a gift for Trump after the publication of the Mueller report
US PRESIDENT Donald Trump has received a major political boost, 18 months ahead of his attempt at re-election in the 2020 US Presidential election.