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Hong Kong’s police are frequently depicted as enemies of the people – so why is the force seen as a desirable career path?
Attempts to introduce a new extradition law may have "died a natural death" but protesters grievances run far deeper.
Britain can’t ignore the century and a half of its involvement with Hong Kong, but nor can it claim any special political influence.
The Islamic Republic's leadership may calculate that Donald Trump's only real objection to the Iran nuclear deal was that his predecessor claimed the credit for it.
How a left-wing challenger wrested control from the Turkish president
North Korea may yet find itself the centre of attention in an enfolding struggle between China and the US.
The US president has gifted the North Korean despot a diplomatic triumph with almost nothing in return.
Whaling is neither humane nor economically lucrative — yet Prime Minister Shinzō Abe is resurrecting the practice as a symbol of nationalism.
The imposition of tariffs will hurt the same workers Donald Trump has promised to help.
“We are highly mobile, flexible and proactive.”
Faith in the “one country, two systems” arrangement, which promises Hong Kong a “high degree of autonomy” from China is waning, culminating in mass protests over the extradition bill.