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Capital will be the next frontier of the US-China conflict
Imposing conformity through intimidation is not what is supposed to happen in democracies
Majority of readers agreed that Washington consensus on American trade policy is fundamentally broken
Glenn Youngkin, the former Carlyle Group CEO, has been forced to twist himself into a Trumpian acolyte
US trade representative Katherine Tai has put yet another stake in neoliberal conventional wisdom
Nine months into his ‘new’ government, President Joe Biden has just one ambassador in place
Many of us are worried about Trump or the future of New York. But half the country isn’t nuts
Anyone who dismisses the spectre of Donald Trump being re-elected in 2024 is unwittingly conniving in its eventuality
Society will be better if we make education more boy friendly and encourage more males to go into care work
The German chancellor has her faults. But the right question in politics is always to ask ‘compared to what?’
While both countries have leaders who give lip service to tackling inequality, I have doubts about any progress
If Beijing holds co-operation hostage to its demands, the world will forever be waiting for Godot
Nord Stream 2 is a terrible foreign policy conundrum for everyone involved
The GOP has decided that the worse the pandemic, the weaker Joe Biden’s chances of re-election
The former defence secretary corrupted America’s highest ideals and damaged its national interest
The unemployment rate for 16- to 19-year-olds is the lowest since the 1950s, but that’s only part of the story
The former head of Pakistan’s intelligence agency falsely claimed Osama bin Laden was being framed
If positions don’t replace those lost in carbon-heavy sectors, a ‘betrayal’ narrative could turn nasty
Their biggest piece of good fortune could be missing the worst effects of climate change
None have proved significantly better at handling Covid-19, but a country’s population size could matter
The NY governor’s stand-off exemplifies the mendacity of what presents itself as principled politics
Will shorter working days come to pass, and how would we use the extra time?
In the next three years, the world’s three most powerful countries have to navigate transfers of power
It’s as if we are all engaged in some kind of wilful blindness about our own role in this sort of moral hazard
Boris Johnson’s pursuit of ‘freedom day’ is an act of pyromania