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Morawiecki letter to bloc’s heads of government comes ahead of European Parliament debate on rule of law
Adversaries have found ammunition in the complex mazes organisations have built around security
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Secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg reveals significant broadening of alliance’s objectives to include Beijing
Damn, or be damned.
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Italian government wants deadlines extended as negotiators say capital injection remains stumbling block
The US president’s domestic problems are hobbling his efforts to defend freedom overseas
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Former chair of joint chiefs of staff passes away aged 84
November contracts for delivery jump 18% after capacity auction showed no increase from Russia
Weak third-quarter GDP growth will not divert president from long-term changes, analysts say
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Andrew Bailey’s tough talk on inflation sparks sell-off in short-dated UK government bonds
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Initiative will fund infrastructure in effort to compete with Beijing’s growing influence in region
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Financial services commissioner says there will be no ‘sudden twists and turns’ over licence
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The unravelling of the finance company backed by SoftBank and advised by former UK prime minister David Cameron
Dutch manufacturer has recalled about 3.5m machines that used flawed part
Japan’s currency hit by rising cost of imported petrochemicals and easy monetary policy