The December 2007 Debate: ‘Ten Years On: What Happened To The ‘’Ethical Dimension’’ To British Foreign Policy?’

Carne Ross, Malcolm Rifkind, Michael Ancram and Oliver Kamm

Carne Ross, Malcolm Rifkind, Michael Ancram and Oliver Kamm

On 10th December, Oliver Kamm, Sir Malcolm Rifkind MP and Carne Ross all proffered different views on what had happened to the ‘ethical dimension’ in the UK’s foreign policy. The debate was well argued and those relishing a good bout of verbal fisticuffs were not disappointed, especially when, from the floor the journalist Bruce Anderson offered the view that “nothing is necessarily wrong with ethnic cleansing so long as it happens in an reasonably unmurderous fashion”.

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