Populism means never having to say you’re sorry, and never having to say you’re wrong A confession: I tend not to read the online comments about anything I write for the Guardian. But as I am about to
Gaziantep has grown by 30% due to newcomers fleeing the crisis across the border in Syria, but remains a model of tolerance and pragmatism Imagine you live in a medium-sized city such as Birmingham or
Petal looks at a person’s overall financial history to issue credit cards to people like immigrants and low-income Americans who often struggle to access them. In his home country of Ecuador, Andres Mosquera
There is a cliché about New York that each generation who lives here seems to believe that every previous generation that occupied the city was better off — cooler clubs, cheaper rent, more talented artists
Globalisation, populism and Brexit are among the issues at the World Economic Forum Political and economic problems loom heavily over the global elite as they gather at Davos for the World Economic Forum.
Mohammed bin Salman’s effort to burnish his image as a modernizing force of liberal reform knows no boundaries. On the morning of August 18, 2017, Rana deboarded her Saudia Airlines flight in Munich, bleary-eyed
With two months to go until Britain is expected to leave the EU, a crucial vote takes place in parliament on Tuesday. What is the 'meaningful vote' and why is it important? On Tuesday evening, between
For theatergoers, the all but obsolete musical overture is a bridge between real life and the world they’re about to enter. The movie overture—music set against a blank screen or still images before the