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Macron shows his true colors

John Lloyd We are beginning to glimpse what underpins Emmanuel Macron’s success. France’s new president has amazed Europe with the speed and élan of his rise, from a former minister to head of the republic in less than a year, ...

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The dangers of putting Putin under pressure

Peter Apps How will Vladimir Putin respond to the growing challenges against him? The Russian president, who turns 65 in October, might presently look unassailable – but maintaining that grip will get harder every year. Compared to British Prime Minister ...

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World Refugee Day: What you should know

WT24 Desk We are in the midst of the WORLD’S WORST refugee crisis in history. A crisis that brings with it overwhelming numbers, huge challenges for countries and communities affected, untold misery — and hope. More than 65 MILLION people ...

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