"Patients are too scared to come": what it's like to watch coronavirus from a war zone hospital
The world is rightly pulling together to face this pandemic. But here in Idlib, Syria, our patients and healthcare workers face urgent threats every day
How will the world remember Sudan's Omar al-Bashir?
Charges of genocide and crimes against humanity couldn’t topple him, but a rise in the price of bread eventually spelt the end
Can the UK learn from how Canada appoints its judges?
Those seeking reform might study how Trudeau revolutionised the process
Even when Narendra Modi loses, he wins
Opposition leader Arvind Kejriwal is imitating the Indian prime minister's Hindu nationalist agenda
What can be done to rescue the teetering Japanese economy?
After a dramatic fall in GDP Japan now faces the impact of the coronavirus
Markets wake up to the impact of coronavirus
An epidemiological calamity could bring about an economic one
Has the International Development/Foreign Office merger already begun?
A controversial Whitehall restructuring is happening by stealth
There is little reason for the PM to attend the Munich Security Conference
Without a developed strategy for Global Britain his presence would be wasted
At the Kolkata Book Fair, a fight for India’s soul
India's Citizenship Amendment Act, passed by Narendra Modi last December, has sparked protests around the nation. At one of the world's largest book fairs, politics takes centre stage
Why the confused Iowa caucus result is actually the best possible outcome for Bernie Sanders
Counter-intuitively, the fact that Sanders and Buttigieg both emerge from Iowa as declared victors may prove beneficial to the former
We have until July to ask Europe for more time. How firm is that deadline?
Legal experts are divided on the plausibility of a last-minute transition extension
The utter pointlessness of America's strategy in the Middle East
Here in Qatar, the assassination of Iran's Qassem Soleimani has been greeted with horror