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SITTING stony-faced at the back of a business-class cabin on an Etihad flight from London to the Pakistani city of Lahore, Nawaz Sharif waited patiently... [Read More]
THE summit had yet to finish when Vladimir Putin decided to split. That was in the autumn of 2014: war was raging in eastern Ukraine,... [Read More]
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GULLIVER is not the type of person to kick up a fuss on his travels, least of all when lucky enough to be at the... [Read More]
IF ALL America can be said to have been under attack when hijackers turned four airliners on it in 2001, the assault Russian agents launched... [Read More]
IF ALL America can be said to have been under attack when hijackers turned four airliners on it in 2001, the assault Russian agents launched... [Read More]
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DONALD TRUMP has arrived in Britain—or rather, he has detonated. British officials always knew there was the potential for an unhelpful intervention from America's unpredictable... [Read More]
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ANNE MCELVOY, our senior editor, spoke to members of the British and German armies to discuss how they are preparing for urban warfare. She visited... [Read More]
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DURING Nicaragua's current unrest, the president, Daniel Ortega, tried a tactic that had worked before. In León, a stronghold of government support, thugs loyal to... [Read More]
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FOOTBALLERS as soldiers of the nation, violence in the stands that heralded war, outrageous corruption and fans belting out fascistic slogans: Croatian football has been... [Read More]
This is part of a two-week discussion on trans issues. Kristina Harrison's previous essay is here. All other essays in the series are here. ... [Read More]
This is part of a two-week discussion on trans issues. Click here to read the other essays in the series. Transgender issues have never... [Read More]
THE rise of al-Qaeda, and America's resulting "war on terror", has been well documented on film. Less known are the domestic efforts of Arab countries... [Read More]
This is part of a two-week discussion on trans issues. Click here to read the other essays in the series. What is a woman?... [Read More]
IN THE end they came out in their thousands. When news broke in April that Donald Trump was finally coming to Britain, campaigners scrambled to... [Read More]
FOREIGN cashiers and carers are now a fact of life in Japan, especially in urban areas. The number of foreign workers has risen fast recently,... [Read More]
DONALD TRUMP, America's 44th president, has been afforded all manner of pomp and ceremony during his visit to Britain this week. The president was greeted... [Read More]
IT BEGAN three months ago with a protest against cuts in pensions decreed by Daniel Ortega, Nicaragua's president. Now his Central American country is witnessing... [Read More]
VENEZUELAN hawkers on the border with Colombia call it "money art". The handbags, purses and hats they sell are made from nearly new Venezuelan banknotes... [Read More]
"WHERE have you come from?" asked one of the boys, as two figures with head-torches loomed before them. "England, UK," replied one of the divers,... [Read More]
BEFORE THE 2016 presidential election, Kirsten Hirsch was so lawabiding that she had never received so much as a parking ticket. In the months since... [Read More]
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