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Pulitzer Prize winner ALBERT SCARDINO assesses the mental health of Donald Trump, and the chances of an intervention

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.

As Trump scraps tax reform and Alabama shocks the world PAUL CONNEW looks at the two sides of a nation divided.

A former director of Vote Leave has told the Commons he was aware of “a certain amount of odd-looking cyber activity” during the EU referendum campaign.

STEVE ANGLESEY adapts a few Christmas classics for New European readers in the mood for a singalong. Altogether now...

MICHAEL WHITE tries to look on the bright side of the fallout from May’s Brexit fudge.

With on-going investigations into Russian links to Trumps election campaign, will his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, be the first of Trump’s family to be charged. PAUL CONNEW reports.

When the political season resumes with the party conferences, we had better have got our act together. All of us. Or else this thing is happening

It is 50 years since a huge breakthrough for gay rights in the UK – the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality

‘The Will Of The People ... Once upon a time, I would have thought the phrase absurdly un-British’

The shadows of impeachment hanging over the White House have darkened massively… thanks to the New York Times which might yet end up emulating the Washington Post in bringing down a disgraced president.

Where can I buy The New European? What stories are in the latest issue of The New European?

Shortly after the outbreak of WW2, a polemic was published identifying the “guilty men” who had led Britain to such a moment of weakness and peril. Now, following Brexit, a new version has been released.

A profile of the Russian opposition leader who has taken on the perilous task of challenging Putin

What better persons to aid and abet that than the Alpha and the Omega of British populism on US television: Nigel Farage and Katie Hopkins.

May has somehow managed to deprive the country of the strong and stable government she claimed that only she could provide.

Russian film Loveless landed with a wallop, representing the first serious contender for this year’s Palme d’Or.

Is Donald Trump’s misfiring presidency spiralling towards impeachment? We delve in to the chaos engulfing Washington

This is an election like no other. Labour candidates saying there is no way their leader can win; the Tories insisting he can

Is it time for toughness to discourage further defections or for accommodation to a changing public mood across the Union?

We sort the chaff from the chaff to bring you another 10 of the worst leavers of the week

2017 marks the centenary of the Russian Revolution. The Soviet Union which emerged from it may be in the dustbin of history, but we are still living in the long shadow of the events of 1917

Trump could have us in the palm of his hand - and that’s a bad place to be

As he prepares to head off for talks with Moscow, the Russians easily have the measure of Boris Johnson

We’ve asked whether he is a fascist, now – after that press conference meltdown – should we also question whether Donald Trump is mad?

The shifting sands of geopolitics has seen a frost descend on US-EU relations. But if we are to have a new Cold War - between Trump and Europe – he will lose

Do recent events mean we are set for international peace or international conflict?

Donald Trump is a game-changer, but using The Queen as a bargaining chip to secure Britain gets thrown a few post-Brexit scraps is insulting

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