You’ve got a historically unpopular opponent in the White House, but there are nearly a dozen ways you could still blow this. As you prepare for your first debates later this week, some unsolicited thoughts
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Writing in her book Land and the Ruling Class in Hong Kong in 2005, Alice Poon, who formerly worked for some of Hong Kong’s biggest property developers, said that it was just a matter of time before deep-seated
Britain’s most senior police officer, Cressida Dick, has defended the neighbours of Boris Johnson’s partner after they recorded the couple having a row and reported it to the police. The Metropolitan commissioner
It has long been considered one of the jewels of Latin American statecraft; a shrewd, dependable and highly trained foreign service that helped make Brazil a global climate leader and soft power heavyweight.
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The knitting community – traditionally viewed as a wholesome, screen-free, apolitical hobby – is entangled in a broader debate about racism and social justice. Ravelry, a prominent online knitting and