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A century after its formation, the Chinese Communist Party – and Xi Jinping – seem unassailable and increasingly hostile to the West
China’s autocratic turn shows why the UK must end its dependence on the country for essential infrastructure.
A letter signed by retired military officers warning of “civil war” may be a hindrance to Marine Le Pen.
Russia’s latest wave of arrests and media restrictions signals a new willingness to repress opposition ahead of September’s legislative elections.
The US president has a significant geopolitical imperative for supporting India through its Covid-19 catastrophe.
Military spending reached almost $2trn last year, the highest level since modern records began in 1988.
The two countries know they need to work together, but will having a common enemy be enough?
In common with Donald Trump, the US president has further blurred the distinction between war and peace.
After two decades of American presence in Afghanistan, the Taliban is resurgent.
The US president says America's military presence in the country has run its course.
President Emmanuel Macron’s legacy could yet include a brave reckoning with his country’s recent past.