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Paul Mason

If Trump wins, Starmer must be ready to lead not just Britain but Nato too

If Trump walks away from Nato, it will realistically be Starmer who decides what’s next for Britain

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Ukraine, two years on. The war Europe must win

On the second anniversary of Putin’s invasion, the time for talk is over. If Ukraine is defeated, an entire continent will be next

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Putin’s useful idiot only served one purpose: promoting fascism

Tucker Carlson’s interview with Putin did nothing but inflate the dictator’s ego and advertise his own version of history

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The worst of the Tory-created council cash crisis is yet to come

Easy to criticise and burden with blame, local government is the perfect scapegoat for the Tories

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An economy in crisis. A leadership in denial. The great fall of China is here

Soon, China’s politics will give way to economics and its debt crisis will inevitably entail pain for consumers

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A new Corbyn party on the left is good news for the right

Jeremy Corbyn is thought to be mulling the launch of a new left wing party

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We’re trying to be a global military power on the cheap... and it shows

If the UK wants to remain a top-tier military power, we need to pay the price

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We can’t go on like this. It must be a spring election

Our democracy deserves better than the games Rishi Sunak is playing

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The west has 10 months to save Ukraine

Populists in Europe and the US are running on a platform of defunding Zelensky. That brings a Russian victory closer than ever

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As Gaza’s tragedy threatens to spread, the ceasefire drumbeat must get louder

The route to a ceasefire in Gaza lies not through rhetorical demands, but through diplomatic pressure

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Whatever Orbán and the Republicans throw in its path, Ukraine has to win

The west must understand that when it comes to Putin, there are only binary outcomes

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Why we can’t cancel Wagner

Each new performance is a comment on his genius.. and his vile antisemitism

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Russia hacked me. The far left smeared me. Now it’s time to fight back

By hacking journalists, Russia is trying to stifle our democracy’s information flow

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2023’s most unwelcome reboot: the nuclear nightmare is back

The scale of the global crisis means the time for pacifism is long gone

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Unless we unite now to stop them, populists can win anywhere

This lesson is as old as the 1930s but clearly it takes a long time to learn

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The Sánchez strategy that Biden must copy

The US president must take a leaf out of the Spanish prime minister’s book and focus on social justice and saving democracy

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Once the fighting stops, the world must empower an independent Palestine

Palestine needs a swift route to economic sovereignty and statehood

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Starmer is right about Israel and Gaza. But he needs steel - and a philosophy

The crisis has put the Labour leader between a rock and a hard place

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Invading Gaza: a strategic mistake

If the Israeli military destroys both Hamas and large parts of Gaza – then what?

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Just how secure can we feel about Rachel Reeves’s Securonomics?

Securonomics is not something the existing machinery of the British state is equipped to execute

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As we look to the Middle East, beware a faultline near the heart of Europe

As the aftermath of the Hamas incursion dominates the headlines, we should not take our eyes off Kosovo

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This is Starmer’s big chance to connect with voters. He must not squander it

In Liverpool, Labour needs to gather the kind of momentum that will bury the Tories for a generation

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Joining a four-tier Europe would protect Britain from the coming storm

It's not just the survival of the union that is at stake, but the survival of democracy

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Our tractor-beam world has killed off Britain’s delusions of going it alone

Globalisation is failing and it's taking Britain's Brexit down with it

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After the impact of the austerity, growth must be everything

A Labour government will need money so that vital public services don’t fall through the cracks

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Cleverly left our credibility in Beijing. We’re pandering to dictators again

Our credibility is gone at a time when tough talking to Xi should be our strategy

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Space is becoming the new Wild West; it must be a national security priority

Russia’s recent failed attempt to land a space probe on the dark side of the moon should be a wake-up call for the west

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China’s crisis should be a turning point for the West’s policy of indulgence

China is the world leader in solar energy, but its status as a likely economic superpower is now in jeopardy

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The Tories weaponising racist rage for votes damages them.. and Britain

Elevating Lee Anderson to deputy chairman and giving him carte blanche to stir up racism is a huge mistake by Rishi Sunak

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Elon Musk is killing Twitter to fulfil his vision of a rules-free corporate order

Musk is building his libertarian utopia on dry land while the rest of us hold up our hands in despair

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Sunak’s ‘rip-off degree’ war deserves a first-class diploma in missing the point

Sunak's fantasy economics ignore the fact that we need a more skilled workforce and capping arts degree numbers won't solve this

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The right’s new dangerous dog-whistler knows nothing about Britishness

Alex Phillips believes London isn’t British anymore. Her justification should concern us all

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