From the Middle East to North Korea, Donald Trump is reasserting US military strength and intensifying the rivalry among the great powers.
Thanks to Tunisia, it is no longer possible to argue that the Middle East and North Africa are inherently undemocratic or prone to violence.
The politics of the conflict are changing – and with them, the diplomatic and journalistic challenge.
The Alternative party leader speaks frankly about his party's journey from being seen as a comedy sideshow to taking nine seats in the Danish elections.
Italy’s prime minister – “Europe’s last Blairite” – vowed to take on vested interests and smash open the economy. Can he still succeed?
The resilience of the right in Europe and the Anglosphere.
How much better would our politics be if this question was settled, once and for all?
Cameron needs a better plan for Syria than mere party-politicking, says Ian Lucas.
A review of Ian Kershaw and Heinrich August Winkler’s accounts of Europe’s “age of catastrophe”, 1914-49.
New statues and memorabilia are appearing, as Russians overlook the terror to hark back to a perceived era of order and national safety.
There is something unsettling about the western media’s fascination with North Korea, as these two books reveal.
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