Interesting times as the US (and naturally by extension, the U.K.) are drawn into a difficult face-off with Russia in Syria.
To his credit, the comment about protesting outside embassies to one side, Boris Johnson reacted well about the no fly zone idea - how on earth would that work, without accelerating a dangerous situation with Russia.
More widely, Russia (rightly) point to our role in allowing Saudi to starve a million Yemenis and the use of British and US weapons in the brutal war there.
I hope in a few years time we can all look back at these turbulent times behind us. However, there just seems to be this drumbeat of war and confrontation with some commenting that we are only a stand-off away from a war with Russia.
So where are we headed? Will Clinton be a hawk? Would Trump winning mean that Russia gains the upper hand as a superpower? Interested in folks views.