Articles by Bronwen Maddox
The Foreign Secretary's departure has come as a surprise to many. What can his successor learn from his tenure?
Hopes of a deal with Palestine have been dashed once again by this latest atrocity
The collapse of the latest peace talks leaves Israel "in a real bind," but may also open a new way through
Is this the last summer of the United Kingdom? In three months’ time, the UK may surrender half its territory, with not even a whimper. It would be too generous to credit the Better Together...
The former Danish Prime Minister, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, on military spending, the threat from Russia, and why Afghanistan has strengthened the alliance
It’s striking that those who have come top of Prospect’s poll to pick the World Thinker of 2014 have devoted their lives to questions of development. We don’t, I should say at the start, make...
The Ukip leader scored a resounding victory, skilfully positioning himself as the man of the British people
The Liberal Democrat leader's grasp of the facts and political experience proved decisive, despite the allure of Farage's blokeish charm
The Chancellor can’t take credit for all of the recovery
Bronwen Maddox / February 12, 2014
President Obama with Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah © PA Images President Barack Obama’s trip to the Saudi Arabian capital Riyadh in mid March is arguably the most important foreign visit of...