Corrymeela’s community believes no one can unwind every evil of the past, so each person can only decide how he will live with others in the present.
Peter BurnsOctober 13, 2022
Through the Good Friday Agreement, Corrymeela was an epicenter for people working towards a peaceful settlement to the Troubles.
Peter BurnsOctober 12, 2022
In The Political Theology of European Integration, Mark Royce corrects the political science discourse by explaining how political theology can affect international relations.
Mark MeltonDecember 11, 2019
Deputy Editor Mark Melton speaks with Niall Walsh, the Western Europe analyst at Oxford Analytica. They cover how and whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson will deliver Brexit by October 31, rising populism and nationalism in the UK, the possibility of Scotland becoming an independent country, problems with the UK Royal Navy, what a US-UK free trade deal might entail, how the UK is responding to the Iran crisis, and more.
Mark MeltonAugust 12, 2019
Part Two of our conversation with Joe Loconte, Professor of History at The Kings College.
Joseph LoconteMarch 20, 2019
The Brexit process has sown a double distrust. Politicians doubt the wisdom of the electorate, and many of the voters doubt the goodwill of their leaders. It bodes ill for the future, especially at a time when populist parties are in the ascendancy across Europe.
Terry TastardMarch 19, 2019
Nicholas, 14th Lord Fairfax of Cameron, spoke to an attentive Fairfax City audience on Brexit and Britain’s special relationship with America.
Mark TooleyJune 16, 2017
Despite Labour being the only party to gain a significant number of seats in the UK general election yesterday, they remain only the second-largest party in the Parliament.
Matthew AllenJune 9, 2017
Tomorrow is the UK general election. The outcome will determine who will lead Britain through Brexit negotiations, whether Theresa May or Jeremy Corbyn.
Matthew AllenJune 7, 2017