Articles by Simon Heffer
He may not be the most popular man outside of his country but Putin's hawkishness can hurt Islamic State.
While there are superficial similarities with Scotland, Catalans have a stronger base to go it alone from.
Clinton was favourite to be Democrat candidate in 2016 but the Vermont Independent is taking over.
South Africa is in a mess and its past white rulers, the ANC and the West are all to blame.
Lines have to be drawn at the wholesale admission of economic migrants who are not fleeing persecution.
As Barack Obama finally flexes his muscles in world affairs, Europe can only stare worried at Russia's potential response.
Will the EU paymasters follow through with threats to boot Greece out of the Eurozone?
Recent elections in Denmark show European citizens finally realise they're getting railroaded by the EU.
People of the various states consider themselves to be national first and European second.
Name recognition counts enormously in American politics, just ask Hillary and Jeb.
Cameron has to get his party on side and prepare for the consequences if Britain wants to leave the EU.
If we hadn't scrapped most of our navy we could have been in the Mediterranean saving migrants from drowning.
Turkey is foolish for denying atrocities committed against the Armenians a century ago.
Hollande and his party have failed to inspire the French public and haven't succeeded in improving the economy.
America's bid to rescue its reputation for incoherent foreign policy is too little too late.
The West needs to bolster its inadequate defence against the Putin threat.
Putin's fall from power is more likely to come from a coup than anything Europe can impose.
The eurozone will never be the same again after Syriza's victory in Greece.
The West needs to undermine Islamic fundamentalism as well as monitoring it.
Cameron faces an uphill battle to persuade voters to stay in the EU if a referendum does take place.