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In the global chess game between the United States and China, the latter has just seized an important square. On 27 March 2021, Iran’s foreign…

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Maybe I am becoming cynical at my advanced age, but my fear is that modern political communisations has more to do with hand-wringing in public…

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On the border between Mexico and the United States, human traffickers have adapted, with their characteristic cynicism, to the new administrative situation prevailing in Washington….

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The rollout of vaccines is going well. At least, that’s what you’d say if you’re from the UK, USA or Israel. Anywhere else, and you’ve…

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“It’s not fair!” That’s one of the more common complaints uttered by children. Many parents wisely refuse to get into a discussion about what is…

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On Tuesday 23 March 2021, Israelis voted for the fourth time in two years in a legislative election. The only democracy in the Middle East,…

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The trolley problem will be familiar to anyone who has spent lockdown watching Netflix’s excellent after-life comedy series The Good Place. Just in case you…

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In the wake of the Arab Spring ten years ago, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan developed a neo-Ottoman strategy aimed at regaining influence over North…

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Luminous was the Pope’s three-day visit to Iraq, which he completed on 8 March. It was the return to Mesopotamia of some of the light…

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I’m not a republican, despite the shenanigans on television involving Meghan and Harry this week. I am unlikely ever to be. Why? Partly because the…

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