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The genetic data around human difference is inconclusive – but that does not stop right-wing thinkers using it to excuse profound social inequalities
The EU's concern with its own stability during Covid-19 has come at the expense of its focus on the wider world.
A primer on German politics as it approaches an epochal transition.
The opposition's wooing of Moscow may have sealed the fate of Europe’s "last dictator”.
Xi Jinping's architecture of torture and oppression demands an engaged and principled position.
The city has been rocked by a massive blast as it contends with economic and public health crises.
The Labour leader has cause for optimism in the polling, but there is one cloud on the horizon.
6 September 1924: Now, when a man calls himself a Socialist, he conveys by the name little information about his ideas and beliefs.
Tensions between anti-government protesters and their opponents are increasing.
17 February 1961: Why the English summer is overdue for reform.
What makes Armando Iannucci’s political satire funny is the contrast between perception and reality. When does any interview reveal something about Trump we didn’t already know?