Harry and Meghan’s US election intervention ‘violated’ terms of deal with Queen, say senior aides | Daily Mail Online


Harry and Meghan’s comments, in which they called on American voters to ‘reject hate speech, misinformation and online negativity’, have been widely interpreted to be a swipe at president Trump.

Source: Harry and Meghan’s US election intervention ‘violated’ terms of deal with Queen, say senior aides | Daily Mail Online

The world has a question for the White House: When do murders matter?


With Trump’s views on journalists what is the betting that he wishes this could occur in any of the US Embassies and Consulates.

The Secular Jurist

For nearly three weeks, the world has watched President Trump downplay the disappearance and apparent slaying of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, and waited for the most powerful man in the world to act. They are waiting still.

Trump’s inconsistent and cautious remarks about the case have renewed questions about U.S. credibility and complicated the global response, emboldening adversaries such as Russia and China and discouraging robust action by traditional allies, according to analysts and former U.S. officials.

“This is a drastic break from American practice,” said Vali R. Nasr, dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. “It signals a very different foreign policy that does not hold governments accountable for things that are outside normal legal or ethical parameters.”

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