The New European’s Editor-at-Large ALASTAIR CAMPBELL on a memorable exchange between Blair and Putin.
The New European’s Editor-at Large, Alastair Campbell, on why he feels European and why you should too.
The Iran nuclear deal is hanging by a thread, says former diplomat PAUL KNOTT, who worked on the agreement. If it fails, the world becomes a much more dangerous place.
On television, on the big screen and in books, a mythologised view of Britain is becoming endemic, says PETER MILLAR.
Theresa May’s visit to China laid bare one of the founding myths of Brexit, argues JONATHAN LIS. We are retreating from the world, not reaching out into it,
Tony Blair is Brexit’s most eloquent critic, but does his controversial legacy prevent him making a full impact? ANTHONY CLAVANE went to his former constituency – a Leave stronghold – to find out
Turkey’s trajectory under Erdogan is a disaster for her people and a big loss for Europe, but we must not write the country off, argues former Europe Minister DENIS MACSHANE.
In dangerous times, the Labour leader needs to work harder or give way, argues MICHAEL WHITE.
MICHAEL WHITE tries to look on the bright side of the fallout from May’s Brexit fudge.
The time has come for the EU to use its influence to drive reconciliation between Hamas and Fatah and restore hope in the Palestinian territory
There is a rare chance of peace in Syria. But, Hamish De Bretton-Gordon writes, Brexit is getting in the way of the UK and the EU playing the role we should.
Rubens got in among our basic desires and our raw physicality and he gave them form
The dispute was an ominous warning of problems for our time over where ultimate power lies in the US
Old bigotries dissolve, but they are quickly replaced by new ones if the vacuum is only filled by economic failure and inequality, by uncertainty compounded by weak leadership.
Trump, with his appetite for diversionary tactics, could see a pre-emptive strike against North Korea as the ultimate diversion from his domestic problems
The haunting image of a ruined city is nothing new. Here we examine the horrors of urban warfare from Stalingrad to Mosul
Plot gossip: Leaky lips in the Tory party and a look at the world beyond Brexit sniping
Among some of those who can see Brexit is a disaster there is a gloomy fatalism about letting it happen anyway. That is a big mistake.
The idea that the British establishment is predicated on civilised values of ‘fairness’, ‘openness’ and ‘transparency’ is beginning to unravel.
A vanity not evident in his years on the fringe has become visible.
If next week’s G20 summit in Hamburg were a political beauty pageant, Donald Trump, the man who owned the Miss Universe franchise for 20 years, would prefer to stay at home.
The year of Brexit AKA The year you’ll want to forget
There are growing signs that Trump’s unpredictable Syrian policy stance is the subject of a fierce power struggle in his administration
Without the US, Europe must do everything in its power to stop the backsliding in the Balkans
We asked an expert on its use in Northern Ireland in the 1970s.
Overshadowed by the tragedy in Syria, the Arabian Peninsular and Horn of Africa is the second front in the geo-political clash between Saudi Arabia and Iran
Lessons from the wrong side of history
The London Bridge terror attack is set to bring heightened pressure on internet firms to end so-called “safe spaces”.
ISIS is failing and will soon be driven out of its heartlands. But those who wish to fight on will form new groups and pose new danger
As Britain sends troops on to the streets it joins other European countries living under a state of emergency – but does the military and intelligence service response work to counter terrorism.