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Rather than a system based on the mutual impoverishment of workers, we must pursue one based on protection.
For many Arab citizens of Israel, annexation proposals are seen as continuing a long-standing infringement of their rights.
For many young Hong Kongers, China’s tightening grip is forcing the question: stay or go?
The Kremlin's lofty promises of a Russian welfare state will prove difficult to fulfil.
Europe's last dictator, President Alexander Lukashenko, is struggling to contain discontent ahead of August’s election.
Seventy years ago, on 25 June 1950, North Korean troops crossed the 38th parallel, starting the Korean War. The actions of the combatants, and their superpower sponsors, still reverberate today.
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 legacy of the Chechen conflict still hangs heavy over President Putin, in the shape of strongman leader Ramzan Kadyrov.
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Critics of the Ukrainian government accuse it of capitulating to blackmail from neighbouring Hungary.
The statues erected at the height of imperial power and prejudice do not belong in 21st-century Britain. But toppling monuments will not help us properly understand our past or resolve our present troubles.