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From Brazil to Belarus, the Covid-19 pandemic intensified political trends around the world.
Unequal vaccine distribution and stimulus support are creating a “walled garden” for the rich world.
The Sputnik-V vaccine is an opportunity for Moscow to present itself as a humanitarian power with global reach.
The US presidential election will be won or lost in certain key battlegrounds. Our series delves into the history, demographics and voting trends that could shape their results.
As the global death toll passes one million, we should beware of focussing only upon the numbers.
India’s lockdown wrecked the country’s economy and transformed life in its capital, a city of more than 20 million. Worst-hit are the casual workers who make up most of the labour force.
Once the pandemic is taken into account, goals such as the eradication of poverty will only be fulfilled by 2092.
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The death of troops during a confrontation between Indian and Chinese forces has thrown a fragile balancing act into question.
In Modi’s India, nationalists are using the Covid-19 crisis to further redefine who belongs and who doesn’t.
Smart strategies and decades of investment have helped the Indian state in the fight against Covid-19.