"Frexit," "Irexit," "Quitaly": why Nigel Farage is wasting his time trying to talk other countries out of the EU
Alessio Colonnelli / January 8, 2018
A Farage-backed conference will explore the prospect of Ireland leaving—while in Italy, the Eurosceptic Five Star Movement is on the rise. But will either actually go anywhere?
The DIT has suggested that Britain should join the Trans-Pacific Partnership—but who's to say that we’d be welcome?
Isabel Hilton / December 23, 2017
The “thought” of XI Jinping has been embedded in the Communist Party’s constitution—and will now be taught at some 20 Chinese universities
Sam Tanenhaus / December 14, 2017
Mueller is discreet, disciplined and on the President's case
Lucinda Elliott / December 11, 2017
Like Trump, he is a fierce advocate of conservatism and a master of social media. Is Brazil about to elect a far-right strongman?
Jane Kinninmont / December 9, 2017
The war has demonstrated a newfound Saudi willingness to use force, but the country has not shown equivalent capacity to implement a political strategy
Iona Craig / December 9, 2017
It's the world's worst humanitarian disaster—and the involvement of a dozen other nations is not helpful
Steve Bloomfield / December 7, 2017
It’s more than three years since Kamaran Najm was captured in Iraq. Now his friends have lifted the media blackout
Azriel Bermant / December 7, 2017
The president's decision to recognise Jerusalem as the Israeli capital is a propaganda gift to Turkey, Iran—and Hamas
Martin Wright / December 7, 2017
If successful, "restorative justice" could also provide a way forward for future cases—and force companies to put people, and the planet, before profits