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The Franco-Russian dialogue “of trust and security”, as the Elysée Palace calls it, was relaunched on 26 June by a video-conference summit between Vladimir Putin…

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In the week that the banks failed – that strange week in October 2008, where everything seemed to be unravelling – I ventured into the…

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The Labour Party has a major opportunity to frame a dynamic policy narrative for the next election. It is often said that oppositions do not…

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I was astonished to find that my small Sussex town in the South Downs held its very own Black Lives Matter demonstration, but perhaps even…

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This post first appeared in the newsletter of the Australian Sensible Centrist… With a thud, we’ve been thrust back into business-as-usual. Government handouts for renovations…

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Featuring: Isabel Hilton: Journalist and CEO China Dialogue Charlie Du Cane: Fifteen year veteran of business in China Tom Tugendhat MP: Chair, House of Commons…

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There is, as it turns out, an awful lot we don’t know about covid-19.   We don’t know how many people have had it or what…

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A new phrase is gaining currency: ‘holding the government to account’ for its handling of the covid-19 pandemic. Media pundits, maybe taking both their capability…

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The case seemed to be over. Donald Trump no longer had any chance of being re-elected President of the United States on Tuesday, November 3,…

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It’s never a good look for Prime Ministers to seem weak. Even worse when that Prime Minister is supposed to instill confidence that his government…

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