Stephen Wright / January 9, 2019
A recent House of Lords report provides clues on how to fill the strategic void
The myth it fuels is not that empire can return, but that it hardly mattered in the first place
The senator from Massachusetts has long championed ordinary citizens against corporate interests. Now she’s running for president
Air pollution is even worse in India than in China
Ljupcho Petkovski / December 21, 2018
The hospitality offered by Hungary to a convicted criminal, and the failure of EU officials to speak in one voice, will inevitably decrease the appeal of the pro-European narrative
Cécile Guerin / December 8, 2018
Images of apparent police brutality are fanning the flames of radicalisation as the movement spreads. As armoured vehicles are deployed in Paris, things could heat up further
Forget Watergate. In the second half of Trump’s term, there are other lessons he could learn from the Nixon years. Like reaching out across the centre-ground to strike deals—and do something...
Pauline Bock / December 4, 2018
He didn’t listen to advice after the election any more than he did before it. Now, French unrest has spread from fuel tax anger into something much bigger
Diane Roberts / November 23, 2018
The true lesson of the midterms is that Republicans can no longer rely on states of the old Confederacy for unqualified support
Matthew Bevington / November 21, 2018
Hundreds of Britons work in the European institutions—what happens to them post-Brexit?