Ukraine: Britain can end this ‘frozen war’

Britain failed to see the consequences of its 1994 triple treaty, not having learned from the catastrophic failure of its earlier triple treaty of 1856 in the same region.

EU equalisation will rescue freedom of movement

Economic migration is not an inevitable consequence of freedom of movement, and does not support the fundamental rationale of the EU

Why did Putin annex Crimea?

I was wrong, but both Russia and Crimea may regret their haste

Storm in the Crimean teacup

Hugh Small’s book on the Crimean War, and his analysis of the current situation: the corks bobbing on the ocean (i.e. the politicians) believe that they are causing the waves to move