The rancorous war of words in the diplomatic spat between the UK and Russia in the aftermath of the Salisbury nerve agent attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia has included some old tactics from the Cold War era.
Posts from the ‘History’ Category
The cliches maybe old and tired but they usually contain an element of truth this time on what happens now in UK politics – it’s anyone’s game, all is possible, the cat is out of the bag and who knows what tomorrow brings or the worst possible outcome of all would be cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war as Europe has often witnessed, and recently too with Bosnia in 1990’s and Ukraine now although on the EU periphery it’s geographically part of Europe.
According to Albert Einstein “Nationalism is an infantile disease; it’s the measles of mankind.” I couldn’t agree more.
The Scottish independence referendum 2014 has entered its final phase of campaigning with polling day on September 18th fast approaching.