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What are the EU’s new migration rules, and why did they take so long to pass?

What are the EU’s new migration rules, and why did they take so long to pass?

The European Parliament has passed a landmark package of laws to overhaul its rules...

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How Iran responds to Damascus attack could determine trajectory of conflict in the Middle East

How Iran responds to Damascus attack could determine trajectory of conflict in the Middle East

Reports that Iran is preparing reprisal attacks following the deadly bombing of...

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Biden steps up pressure on Israel − using the key levers available against an ally with strong domestic support

Biden steps up pressure on Israel − using the key levers available against an ally with strong domestic support

The fraying relationship between the U.S. and Israel over the latter country’s conduct...

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War in Ukraine at 2 years: Destruction seen from space – via radar

War in Ukraine at 2 years: Destruction seen from space – via radar

We exclusively used open-source, freely accessible data to ensure that all our findings...

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What is Netanyahu’s plan for a post-conflict Gaza and does it rule out a workable ceasefire? Expert Q&A

What is Netanyahu’s plan for a post-conflict Gaza and does it rule out a workable ceasefire? Expert Q&A

In recent days Joe Biden has been promising that a deal for a ceasefire is very...

China and Europe enjoy huge potential in green cooperation

China and Europe enjoy huge potential in green cooperation

Recently, China-Europe green cooperation has been making significant progress in...

Hong Kong makes new highlights in external interactions

Hong Kong makes new highlights in external interactions

Over the past year, Hong Kong's external interactions have become increasingly active,...

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Why the United States needs NATO – 3 things to know

Why the United States needs NATO – 3 things to know

Former President Donald Trump has long made it clear that he deeply resents NATO,...

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Navalny dies in prison − but his blueprint for anti-Putin activism will live on

Navalny dies in prison − but his blueprint for anti-Putin activism will live on

For more than a decade, Navalny fought Russian authoritarianism at the ballot box...

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Is Russia looking to put nukes in space? Doing so would undermine global stability and ignite an anti-satellite arms race

Is Russia looking to put nukes in space? Doing so would undermine global stability and ignite an anti-satellite arms race

Fresh U.S. intelligence circulating in Congress reportedly indicates that Russia...

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Ukraine recap: prospect of renewed US funding a boost for beleaguered Zelensky

Ukraine recap: prospect of renewed US funding a boost for beleaguered Zelensky

It’s appropriate, a fortnight out from the second anniversary of the full-scale...

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Why do Israelis and the rest of the world view the Gaza conflict so differently? And can this disconnect be overcome?

Why do Israelis and the rest of the world view the Gaza conflict so differently? And can this disconnect be overcome?

Hamas’ vicious attack on southern Israel on October 7 and Israel’s ruthless response...

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Vladimir Putin’s history war where truth is the first casualty

Vladimir Putin’s history war where truth is the first casualty

Putin began this two-hour interview with a lengthy monologue about the medieval...

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Alexei Navalny: reported death of Putin’s most prominent opponent spells the end of politics in Russia

Alexei Navalny: reported death of Putin’s most prominent opponent spells the end of politics in Russia

Reports of the death of Russia’s most famous opposition leader, Alexei Navalny,...

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Tucker Carlson’s Putin interview gave Russian leader a platform to boost his own cause – and that of Donald Trump

Tucker Carlson’s Putin interview gave Russian leader a platform to boost his own cause – and that of Donald Trump

Former prime time Fox News host Tucker Carlson – long known as a public cheerleader...

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Disinformation is often blamed for swaying elections – the research says something else

Disinformation is often blamed for swaying elections – the research says something else

Many countries face general elections this year. Political campaigning will include...

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