I would say that religion has taken on increased salience in world politicsExperts: Religion affects foreign policy Feb 05, 2003
While I appreciate the American tendency to cast ideas in the realm of a moral debate, the effect of that is to (often) squelch debateExperts: Religion affects foreign policy Feb 05, 2003
I think there's an underlying desire to hold information close because information is powerReport: US to give less anti-missile data Jun 09, 2002
Lieutenant-General Sir James Lindsay KCMG (25 August 1815 – 13 August 1874) was a British Army officer and member of Clan Lindsay.
Born at Muncaster Castle in 1815, James was the second son of James Lindsay, 24th Earl of Crawford. Educated at Eton, Lindsay was commissioned an ensign in the Grenadier Guards on 16 March 1832.
Lindsay married Lady Sarah Elizabeth Savile, the daughter of John Savile, 3rd Earl of Mexborough, on 6 November 1845. They had children: