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Over 450 long-awaited pages, the Special Counsel says he can neither indict nor exonerate the president.
A conservative congressman from Michigan takes a courageous stand.
Marion Maréchal and Steve Bannon are are opening their own universities to school the next generation of right-wing leaders.
The election is one of the most spectacular, and unexpected, results in Australia’s political history.
Far-right European parties are embracing climate crisis denial – a move borrowed from the libertarian playbook.
“It is time to take a clear stand against the bigoted ideologues who yearn for the inequality of the past.”
Rather than a socially minded policy to scrap France’s entrenched class hierarchies, Macron’s plan to close a French finishing school will replace one elite with another.
Trump’s approach “demonstrates an astonishing ignorance of history, politics realities, and the practice of nuclear negotiations”.
As a new emperor takes the throne, prime minister Abe is consolidating his ultranationalist “beautiful Japan” project. But can he overcome a falling population and stagnating economy?
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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.
How to respond to unprecedented attacks on women’s reproductive rights.
The president has reignited his trade war with China – but he clearly doesn’t understand even the basics of how trade works.