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Europe still lacks a serious substitute for the collective might of the Western alliance.
Culture in the age of nationalist ferment.
Despite their rising numbers, Latin Americans have been routinely ignored by politicians, the media and even the national census. A new British-born generation is trying to change that.
Silicon Valley entrepreneurs are obsessed with prolonging life – but they could be deluded in what they wish for.
British politicians idealise Australia's immigration policy because of what it represents: a country with a majority white population.
Beijing must wake up to the fact that democracy is not a threat but a safety valve.
The Conservatives have no desire for the UK to be a diverse country.
Colombians are united by a fearless and growing rejection of everything that President Ivan Duque represents.
During the last decade, Western militaries shifted towards mechanised warfare to fight enemies such as Isis.
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The Chartered Institute of Building and the New Statesman gathered a panel of experts to discuss the wider social and economic impact of the built environment.
For many voters, Sanders offers the strongest repudiation of the current president.
Britain once led the way in establishing the torture prohibition, but we're now shirking the same obligations that we helped create.