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With the French opposition divided between at least four camps, next year’s election is the president’s to lose.
Post-pandemic China is roaring back, but its new proposals on environment and Hong Kong should concern the West.
Contemporary Keynesianism would not be content with managing aggregate demand, but would address itself to the systemic crisis threatening civilisation: climate change.
America’s relationship with the Middle East’s two rival powers must become more multilateral and with a stronger grounding in human rights.
At a time when the world urgently needs climate leadership, Rishi Sunak desperately failed to provide it.
K-pop followers and Thailand's anti-government demonstrators share more than just a love of Korean Wave music; they understand the power they wield.
Liberalism permits different ways of living, but such permissiveness is still predicated on universal moral truths.
A pledging conference organised by the UN raised less than half the sum required to avert famine in “the most fragile state in the world”.
The disastrous move is as close to snatching food from the mouths of babes as politics ever gets.
In the run-up to Russia’s parliamentary elections, resistance to change isn’t just about simple economic self-interest.
Why Israel's introduction of vaccine certificates could prove difficult to emulate.