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Ido Vock is international correspondent at the New Statesman.
Ongoing protests in the far-flung city of Khabarovsk reveal the limits of Moscow's hold over the regions.
As France's 2022 presidential race looms, can the self-styled "Jupiter" hold his voters on the left?
The US deciding to quit the World Trade Organisation is far from a remote possibility.
The human rights lawyer on China’s abuses, defining genocide and challenging Aung San Suu Kyi in person.
The environmentalist mayor’s shrewd political calculation is unique to the French capital.
The legacy of the Chechen conflict still hangs heavy over President Putin, in the shape of strongman leader Ramzan Kadyrov.
A court order to unseal François Mitterand's archive on Rwanda could force a reappraisal of the country's recent history.
Critics of the Ukrainian government accuse it of capitulating to blackmail from neighbouring Hungary.
Annexation will destroy any hope of a two-state solution and hasten the end of Israel’s democratic character.
Officers who use aggressive force against BAME citizens are rarely held accountable.