Graeme Wood's The Way of the Strangers: Encounters with the Islamic State reminds us of something that ought to be obvious: Islamic State is very Islamic.
Matteo Renzi's proposed reforms would have made it easier for eurosceptic forces within Italy to gain power in upcoming elections in 2018.
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The vote was seen as a test of how other populist, anti-establishment candidates might perform in elections across Europe next year.
An approaching constitutional crisis has triggered deep political unrest in the Congo.
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Ben Judah used his eastern European childhood and languages to live as a newcomer to the UK. Here’s what he found.
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Hacking claims and slim margins are spurring people on to fund the Green Party nominee’s campaign for a recount in some states.
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