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From a paralysed Congress to a growing number of conservative judges, legal experts are concerned about the US presidency’s expanding scope.
For many young Hong Kongers, China’s tightening grip is forcing the question: stay or go?
For liberal challenger Rafal Trzaskowski, “it will be an election between an open Poland and a Poland that seeks an enemy".
The Kremlin's lofty promises of a Russian welfare state will prove difficult to fulfil.
The environmentalist mayor’s shrewd political calculation is unique to the French capital.
Delays, mail-vote mistrust and polling station cuts all bode ill for November’s presidential race.
A win for latecomer Rafał Trzaskowski, the Mayor of Warsaw, would give liberals hope.
Europe's last dictator, President Alexander Lukashenko, is struggling to contain discontent ahead of August’s election.
With soaring Covid-19 death rates and an authoritarian president, a solution to Brazil’s political crisis seems more out of reach than ever.
The former national security adviser may not have testified under oath, but he deserves the freedom to publish.
A new chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee won’t change US foreign policy, but it might shift the conversation.