On Monday, a Jewish cemetery was desecrated.
The result of the US presidential election was fuelled by economic anxiety not racism.
The parallels between the US president-elect and the British fascist leader are too striking to be ignored
The early signs of what a Trump presidency will look like aren't good.
François Hollande’s poll ratings are at an all-time low and the far right is rising. Can anyone lead the country out of its malaise?
Small media, red hats, and capitalism with a small “C”: how the president-elect’s folksy rhetoric could become reality.
Feeling helpless? There is something you can do.
The failure of the polls is symptomatic of a broader political crisis of the left.
The limitations of the Third Way have been further exposed. The strengths of the alternative are less clear.
As with Brexit, there’s little evidence that the US presidential election result had much to do with voters’ personal economic circumstances.
Donald Trump’s unexpected win was another blow for the polling industry. So what happened?
No country has ever left the EU before, so there's no map for where we're going.
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