Diplomatic immunity is all too often used as a shield in ways that were never intended
For Therese Raphael's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
After seeing off Theresa May, Britain's new prime minister may find there's another female party leader he can't ignore.
The Conservative Party has said yes, but will the United Kingdom give him a chance?
Kim Darroch's memos aren't shocking because of what they say about Donald Trump. What the leak says about the state of U.K. politics is worse.
The U.S. wants to move the U.K. away from the EU's set of trade rules and regulations and toward its own.
Both big political parties lost the European elections and are faced with existential decisions about where they stand on Europe.
The anti-EU militant's new Brexit Party seeks seats in the European Parliament, but his larger ambition is realigning British politics.
Wednesday night's votes in Parliament suggest that Prime Minister Theresa May is closer to leading Britain out of the European Union with a Brexit deal than at any other point since her negotiations with Brussels began. Instead of another humiliating defeat, Parliament told her ...
It's not Jeremy Corbyn, for all his calls for another referendum.
Nissan's decision to back out of a big U.K. investment may not be the last of its type.