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The Elysée’s shadowy French lieutenants
Neo-barbouzes and bodyguard conspiracies
Only connect: social media and the rise of Matteo Salvini
How to explain the success of Italy's de facto leader
The Arab thirst: booze and bad behaviour
Despite prohibitions, alcohol is ingrained in the Middle East
William G. Ridgeway
Music to the ears of the anti-Semitic Left
Radical young Democrats such as Ilhan Omar are rising, while stars from the golden age of Democratic centrism are losing the big-ticket Millennial audience.
An election in India ignites old enemies
While India remains, formally at least, a secular republic, the last few years have seen that ideal become increasingly far from reality
The naked and the dead, Nevada-style
"The first unusual characteristic was that Hof was a self-described pimp, the owner of several brothels in rural Nevada. The second was that, by the time election day came around, Hof was dead."
Mapuche thugs fan the flames of revenge
"On one side is a government with a history of military overreach and ethnic cleansing. On the other is Chile’s poorest and most disenfranchised group rising up after centuries of mistreatment"
Ian Lloyd Neubauer
City where history is still being made
'The last time we were in Kiev together, I was a toddler and my mother a young painter with dissident views'
Midterm madness — or Trump’s last stand?
Could the US midterm elections change the course of Trump’s presidency?
The Merkel era ends in angst and anger
In Chemnitz, neo-Nazi street protests and rage against Germany’s liberal consensus erupt
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