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Ido Vock is international correspondent at the New Statesman.
He co-hosts our weekly global affairs podcast, World Review.
The delay to elections threatens an eruption of violence among rival Palestinian factions vying for control.
Paris’s mayor has transformed the French capital with a fusion of social democracy and urban environmentalism. But can she take on Emmanuel Macron?
Protracted political crises on both the Palestinian and Israeli sides have contributed to the instability.
Waiving patents will not alone vaccinate developing nations – but the financial and moral incentives for doing so are huge.
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.
Modi’s government has banned the export of most vaccine doses to other countries, leaving swathes of the Global South facing a shortfall.
The balance of probabilities is still that the far-right leader will lose next year – but by the slimmest margin a Le Pen ever has.
Forty-six per cent said President Emmanuel Macron's government was responsible, rather than vaccine manufacturers or the European Commission.
The US president is expected to set out a plan to cut emissions significantly by 2030, in a sharp break with the Trump era.