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We Can’t Forget Afghanistan

We Can’t Forget Afghanistan

For nearly 14 years Afghanistan was a major part of our foreign policy and a central theme for media reporting, but with the Western withdrawal from Afghanistan some observers, including BBC foreign correspondent, Christina Lamb, are worried that Afghanistan will be forgotten by the world’s politicians. more

My Anger At Apathy

My Anger At Apathy

Why Should I Vote? Unfortunately this is one of the most widely asked question during this year’s General Election in Britain. However, there is always a choice. So when it comes to your turn to head to the ballot box, vote. I do not care who you vote for, but make an informed decision about one of the most personal choices you make in your lifetime. There is always a choice, so make it and vote. more

Quote of the Week

“Always vote for principle…

“Always vote for principle…

“Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost”. – John Quincy Adams (President of the United States, 1825-1829) Voting is one of the most important things you do in life. It is your way to empower yourself and empower an ideology… Continue Reading

Book Club

Book of the Month: May, 2015 – Farewell Kabul

Book of the Month: May, 2015 – Farewell Kabul

Farewell Kabul // Christina Lamb “In Afghanistan, you don’t understand yourself solely as an individual. You understand yourself as a son, a brother, a cousin to somebody, an uncle to somebody. You are part of something bigger than yourself.” – Khaled Hosseini Afghanistan has woven itself into the fabric of modern life, with entire generations,… Continue Reading

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Peter Banham
Peter earned his BA in History & International Relations from the University of Lancaster, specialising in Development & Middle Eastern politics. He is currently undertaking an MA in Geopolitics, Territory & Security at Kings College, London. Through A Little View of the World he writes on global affairs, international relations, development and world conflicts.

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