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As China continues to rise, Western democracies are striving to establish a new balance of power in an age of upheaval.
Does the Prime Minister's crime contain anything new? Why is the government focusing on crime now?
What the Western world confronts is not the threatening advance of alien civilisations, but its own dark shadows moving through China and Russia.
After wildfires devastate California and commuters drown in China, it is obvious to me that Extinction Rebellion is right.
I don’t mean like an image of the Virgin Mary in an Italian hill town, visible only to true believers. I mean that I’ve been painted there, as part of a mural.
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”.
Faced with a Delta variant surge, prime minister Naftali Bennett is taking a tough line on vaccine sceptics.
A spike in migration to Lithuania illustrates the dangers posed to Europe by Alexander Lukashenko’s rogue regime.
As coronavirus cases surge, Republicans have subtly shifted their rhetoric on vaccination. But is it too little, too late?
China’s annual carbon emissions have risen by 20 per cent since 2010.