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South of the border, China holds sway
Ever since John Kerry declared the Monroe Doctrine era over in Latin America, Beijing has been building influence in the region
Belated revenge of the 1968 generation
The abortive revolutions of half a century ago have had a long afterlife, resulting in an illiberal mutation of liberalism that undermines the West
Nato's response to the Skripal poisoning has revealed its disunity
Great power politics means greater dangers
As the US confronts Russia and China, Europe is divided and Nato’s future uncertain. Britain must look for a new role after Brexit
Is Trump the man for a Korean missile crisis?
The President’s warlike response to Kim Jong-un’s threats exposes his lack of global leadership. The Trump doctrine will cost the West dear
The Atlantic alliance may be broken beyond repair
Donald Trump’s obsession with Europe paying its ‘fair share’ for Nato has undermined the common values that have upheld the organisation
Trump’s America: The End Of Exceptionalism
For all their differences, the new President and his predecessor are both committed to the same project: the US retreat from global leadership
The West Cannot Afford To Ditch Nato
A Donald Trump presidency would test the alliance to breaking point at a time when it faces threats across a wide range of fronts
How Hawkish Is Hillary?
Clinton's tenure as Secretary of State means her reputation is inextricably bound to Obama's doctrine of retrenchment, but Mark Landler argues her own foreign policy is much more hardline
Would Brexit Play Into Putin’s Hands?
If Britain leaves the EU, the West will be weaker. Geopolitical reality makes the case for staying engaged compelling even for Eurosceptics
The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”
The king of cakes
"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"
A tripod in the sky
The view from above