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Paris’s mayor has transformed the French capital with a fusion of social democracy and urban environmentalism. But can she take on Emmanuel Macron?
The Labour Party’s troubles are not isolated, but it should beware of drawing the wrong lessons from its European counterparts
The former Prussian royal family’s effort to recover riches lost after the Second World War hinges on one question: did their ancestors’ support help Hitler and the Nazis take power?
Waiving patents will not alone vaccinate developing nations – but the financial and moral incentives for doing so are huge.
Isabel Díaz Ayuso is likely to harness the support of the far-right Vox to govern.
A letter signed by retired military officers warning of “civil war” may be a hindrance to Marine Le Pen.
If separation is managed legally, the EU should be open to Nicola Sturgeon’s vision of Scotland in Europe.
Russia’s latest wave of arrests and media restrictions signals a new willingness to repress opposition ahead of September’s legislative elections.
Five Star’s founders may yet undermine the attempt by former prime minister Giuseppe Conte to transform the party into a centre-left, green force.
Jeremy Cliffe in Berlin and Emily Tamkin in Washington DC discuss the latest in global affairs on the World Review podcast.
By revealing and fighting kleptocracy, even with next to no resources, Navalny shows a way to expose the corruption that poisons societies.