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To understand Navalny’s significance, and his arrest, we must consider two big shifts in Russia: the suppression of its economy and internet usage.
Why the plan for a new national memorial in Westminster is causing such division.
The country's beleaguered opposition is braced for more state repression ahead of the legislative election.
The moderate Rhinelander is now front-runner to succeed Angela Merkel as chancellor.
How the candidates racing to lead the CDU could shape Germany's unusally competitive federal election campaign.
Angela Merkel’s cautious, incremental progressivism drew strong support from women and migrants. Can her successor retain them?
Officials believe they are locked in a race against time to ramp up vaccination capacity while limiting the spread of the new variant as much as possible.
Our US editor on why tensions between India and China will escalate and how Amazon and the EU are heading for a clash.
Across the world, once-respectable conservative politicians are enabling extremist voices.
After years of personnel cuts, some armies have limited capacity to help administer coronavirus jabs.
In contrast to the UK, consistent restrictions and cautious communication have led infection rates to plummet.