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Freya Aquarone speaks about her new book here… Over the past half century, despite many changes of government, and many impassioned pleas for alternative visions,…

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The French military has now been deployed in the Sahel for eight years. In a single week, straddling New Year’s Day 2021, five of its…

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The pieces I have written for Radix so far have all been based on my perception of how things were and could be, before the…

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We have just had to cancel our planned holiday at Christmas. Having identified a warm destination to which it was possible to travel, we were…

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Boris Johnson is psychologically preparing the United Kingdom for the worst-case scenario in its relations with the European Union, namely the same status as Australia…

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So here we are, the talks without result will go “the extra mile” for a few more days, and may even continue in some form,…

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Help yourself, and heaven will help you! Lebanon still fails to realise what the muddled Chartier de La Fontaine managed to do. It still cannot help…

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Fifty years ago this week, an image went around the world. Federal Chancellor Willy Brandt was on a visit to Warsaw, the first by a…

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To my mind, The Long View with Jonathan Freedland is one of the best programmes on BBC radio and I try to remember to listen…

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The assassination, on a road east of Tehran on 27 November, of the father of Iran’s nuclear programme, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, constitutes a double challenge to…

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