The film star is likeable and principled. He can also beat The Donald at his own game.
Surely 70 years is long enough for us to put to rest the tired canard of the atomic bombings on Japan being "the lesser of the two evils", and recognise the true gravity of this crime against humanity.
The Kazakh government has a delicate balancing act between Russia and China, says David Clark.
As rescuers search the Mediterranean for hundreds of migrants after a boat capsized off the Libyan, Syrian refugees in the most popular Greek arrival point tell us death is unavoidable without any safe routes.
The world's most high-profile human rights organisation is either unable or unwilling to see that prostitution is a system of interrelated human rights abuses.
Some passengers will have been living in the UK since childhood; others might never have set foot in the country to which they are being deported.
This dehumanisation isn’t exclusive to the Daily Mail. Our prime minister believes he can publicly describe some of the most vulnerable of human beings as dirty, buzzing locusts, too.
“Suburban!” I expostulated. “That thing’s big enough to contain an entire suburb!”
European integration was designed to contain Berlin’s power – instead, it has increased it.
Trying to explain the French mindset to the Anglo-Saxon world is a literary subgenre.
The Pacific war did not end neatly in 1945.
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