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Ido Vock is international correspondent at the New Statesman.
With the Nigerian economy struggling and universities closed, allegations of human rights abuses by police have outraged the country’s young people.
Zdenek Hrib is part of a new wave of progressive mayors in central Europe campaigning for direct EU funding to fight cronyism and the climate crisis.
A long history of genocide and pogroms informs the response to the conflict with Azerbaijan.
The flare-up demonstrates what some will characterise as the obsolescence of Cold War era military alliances.
How the rise and fall of a Chinese corporate giant turned the Czech Republic against Beijing.
The latest bout of fighting over the disputed territory has the potential to draw in outside actors, such as Turkey.
The irony of Georgian food is that it is almost unknown in the West, which the country looks to politically, but popular in Russia.
If the nominee is confirmed, five of the nine justices on the court will have been appointed by presidents who lost the popular vote.
How diplomatic stalemate could lead to an oil spill four times worse than the Exxon Valdez disaster.
Ruling party candidates have swept to victory in almost every regional contest – but the opposition also demonstrated its potential.