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The US, China and Russia are engaged in a struggle over the character of a melting international order.
Thousands of square miles of rainforest have been destroyed for the purposes of city expansion or to the benefit of the logging industry.
Why geopolitics no longer operates under a common set of rules.
The journalist and broadcaster discusses his new book How to Stop Fascism and explains why the far right is resurging in the UK and across the world.
Vince Cable’s comments on GB News mirror the government’s concerns that confronting Beijing will have economic consequences for Britain.
Sajid Javid’s remark on “cowering” before Covid-19 was no accident – he believes in the survival of the fittest.
The euphoria surrounding the president’s first 100 days is gone – Americans now want to see Biden deliver on his promises.
What the Western world confronts is not the threatening advance of alien civilisations, but its own dark shadows moving through China and Russia.
Twenty years after the US invaded Afghanistan, the Taliban seems stronger than it has ever been and its leaders are emboldened. Mission accomplished?
In the face of a divisive new policing bill which could criminalise trespass and restrict peaceful protest, the right to roam is gaining new followers.
In its first report on China under Communism, the World Bank presciently recognised the potential for “a tremendous increase in the living standards of its people”.