In his farewell address, the outgoing President will counter growing – but misguided – criticism of his administration’s approach to the rest of the world.
So I had to go to Dhaka. To its literary festival, to be precise.
Peter Wilby on class war, the reality of Trump and the secrets of Ed Balls's Strictly success.
Hacking claims and slim margins are spurring people on to fund the Green Party nominee’s campaign for a recount in some states.
The street-by-street battle against Islamic State for control of Iraq’s second city.
This might be the hardest thing to digest about Trump’s presidency: not how outrageous it is, but how banal.
Psychosis, hysteria and abuse characterises these works that look back at the former Soviet and Socialist republics.
Many on the right detest weak, sensitive millenials. But their leader isn't so different.
With the socialist party in disarray, the winner of the primary is almost assured to face Marine Le Pen in the second round of the presidential election.
The German Chancellor's decision to run for a fourth term comes at a time when the populist forces which propelled Donald Trump to power threaten her own position.
Unless Donald Trump is able to master geopolitical complexity, the trouble in the Middle East will get far worse.
From Trump to Brexit, the world is changing fast - and we need intelligent, incisive journalism more than ever.
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