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The democratic inclusivity of the country’s anti-coup protests mark a departure from its recent past.
The company's Oversight Board has called on Facebook executives to decide for themselves whether to permanently ban the former president from the platform.
A century after its formation, the Chinese Communist Party – and Xi Jinping – seem unassailable and increasingly hostile to the West
Isabel Díaz Ayuso is likely to harness the support of the far-right Vox to govern.
The First Minister discusses “utilitarian” nationalism, what Catalonia got wrong and Scotland's future.
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.
Despite 12 white papers, green papers and consultations on social care reform in the past 20 years, Britain’s elderly still live in fear.
The Hartlepool by-election shows Labour is rudderless in an era in which cultural values, not class, shape voting patterns.
Despite pouring resources into the state and staging mass rallies during a pandemic, Narendra Modi’s party was comfortably defeated.
The Bank of England’s digital currency initiative is less about making the monetary system more efficient than it is about retaining control.