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Death in the Himalayas
With Europe reassessing its relations with Beijing, it should pay more attention to the conflict between India and China.
The Master of Reinvention
Despite a shambolic handling of the coronavirus crisis, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has largely maintained his popularity.
Belarus Primed to Break Free
Young people in Belarus want more than the stability Aleksander Lukashenka has offered for almost three decades. They may well get it.
Digital Natives versus Security Hardliners
The violent aftermath of the Belarusian election has exposed the erosion of trust among young people in the regime.
Carbon Critical: Last Train from Bełchatów?
The key to energy transition is energy replacement—quitting coal.
No Change Through Trade
For its own sake and that of the EU, Germany needs to say goodbye to its geo-economic approach to foreign policy. Seven years ago …
Pariscope: France’s Sharpest Critics
The French are self-involved, or so the cliché goes. But they are no chauvinists—just ask the French president.
A Future History of Capitalism
Capitalism’s critics should pick the right targets: outdated structures, and an idea of human nature which hinders self-determination.
The Fight for Poland’s Place in Europe
The two candidates in the run-off vote for the Polish presidency offer very different visions of the role the country can play in the EU.
Lower Thresholds, Greater Ambiguity
Russia’s new nuclear doctrine serves multiple purposes, including getting the United States back to the negotiating table.
How We Learned to Halt Pandemics
The world in 2035: There’s an outbreak of a new type of virus, but after a few months it has been contained.
Op-Ed: Justice Matters, Impunity Is Unacceptable
The Syrian regime has violated practically every article of international law. These crimes against humanity will not go unpunished, argues Minister of State Niels Annen.
Wanted: Responsible Revolutionaries
Populists are having a bad COVID-19 crisis. The key challenge for centrist politics, however, is to combine competence with risk-taking radicalism.