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Dirty times for the three authoritarian regimes that currently govern these three old and great civilizations: Chinese, Russian and Persian. All three are being challenged…

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Global trends in aid funding are becoming increasingly unreliable and media driven. It is therefore essential we secure more sustainable ways to fund our support…

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In a recent New York Times column, Paul Krugman argues that the core elements of inflation are not only groceries and gasoline, but also housing. Indeed,…

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Many years ago, I heard the doyen of campaigners, Des Wilson, explaining why he didn’t think that lying down in front of traffic was a…

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Russian President Vladimir Putin is currently waging a war on two fronts. First, there is the military front, against a Ukrainian army whose valour he…

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How many readers share my intense irritation whenever a politician appears on the box to announce that their party has, uniquely, found the solution to…

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“All these protests held industry—not consumers—responsible for the proliferation of disposable items that depleted natural resources and created a solid waste crisis. Enter the Crying…

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Something strange is going on around the covid figures. I read a fascinating report by science editor Sarah Knapton in the Sunday Telegraph yesterday (£)…

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The political chaos enveloping the UK has made headlines around the world. Is it all true or overdone? This is not an economic crisis The…

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Well, I think the mystery of where Liz Truss bunked off to has been solved. She was not, as Penny Mordaunt had wink-nudged, under a…

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