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As far as foreign policy is concerned, Britain's leaders would benefit from a lesson or two from Tony Blair.
We tend to think of terrorists and gangsters - the professionally violent – as opponents of the state. In fact, they are alternatives to it. Like politicians, gangsters and terrorists are interested in governance.
At a time when career politicians are held in such contempt, Pope Francis is offering a masterclass in leadership.
Ruling president peacefully concedes power to opponent after loss.
South African Trevor Noah, the newly-announced host of The Daily Show, joins Brits John Oliver and James Corden in the US’s coveted late-night slots.
Last year, almost a million free food parcels were handed out. At the Hammersmith and Fulham Foodbank, Sophie McBain meets the people only a pay cheque from crisis.
Writing from Sevastapol, the BBC World Affairs editor John Simpson explains how the Russian president is stalling - and his Crimean coup is an attempt to distract the west.
A New Labour spin doctor's account of a record-breaking election campaign.
Bond-forming though it may be, weeing in public is not ideal for women. And even Scandinavians haven't found the solution.
Israeli PM Binyamin Netanyahu defied the polls to win re-election last week. Uri Dromes offers his quiet wish for statesmanship from the leader.
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