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Activist MAURICE STIERL reports on how he helped organise the recent rescue of a group of migrants at sea.

Without the ghosts of the Iraq War haunting France, the country is taking a muscular approach with its military campaign in North Africa. But will it work? PAUL KNOTT reports

In the most unlikely place, PATRICK SAWER finds a poignant family link to Italy’s fascist past and a reminder that this dark chapter of the country’s history is not yet closed.

Britain’s declining influence has put global security in peril. And it is entirely self-inflicted, says James P. Rubin, a former aide to Bill Clinton

The dual role of the resort of Torquay has played a significant part in the development of English comedy.

Brexit is the product of the dysfunctional relationship between Theresa May and Boris Johnson, says JANE MERRICK. Even after Johnson’s resignation, that will remain the case.

In a provocative article, former UKIP official GAWAIN TOWLER describes the significant shift which has taken place in Brussels, as the EU blinks first over immigration.

In a flawed bid to prevent migrants arriving in Europe, the Sahara is being sealed off to travellers - no matter what the consequences. JULIEN BRACHET reports:

MICHAEL WHITE on more own goals from the Foreign Secretary as he dodges Heathrow vote and patronises the public.

There is plenty of gloom about the global growth of authoritarianism. But, as Natasha Ezrow argues, it is not all good news for despots

It will be an encounter between two of the world’s most unpredictable leaders. But former diplomat Paul Knott has some idea of what we might expect​ when Donald Trump meets Kim Jong-un

The new age of political hand holding and cheek kissing on display between world leaders

As France nears the 50th anniversary of the May 1968 protests amid unmistakable echoes of those events, JASON WALSH asks which direction the country will go in this time around

As global crises mount, The New European’s Editor-at-Large says Britain’s foreign secretary has nothing to offer.

It’s hard to keep up with all these claims of plots and counter-plots swirling around the political system, isn’t it?

In a one-year period since he was appointed foreign secretary, Boris Johnson has managed to rack up a £150,000 travel bill for taxpayers, covering just shy of 180,000 miles.

Following the death of Anna Campbell -the first British woman to die fighting alongside Kurdish forces in Syria- YASMIN ALIBHAI BROWN asks how we should treat the ‘jihadis’ who return home.

In this week’s diary column, Cameron welcomes the plaudits and Gina Miller suppresses her political endeavours.

Social media went into overdrive when a BBC kids’ programme included a black centurion.

The club in Turin is a football club quite unlike any other - an institution which combines excellence and ugliness

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.

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

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

A sombre and serious Jeremy Corbyn has vowed to be “strong against terrorism” in a controversial speech where he also blamed British interventions abroad for raising the threat level.

The EU was not conceived to regulate the curvature of a banana. It was conceived to regulate our propensity to kill each other.

Immigration was, by most accounts, the deciding factor in the EU referendum. Warnings about the economy, promises of £350m for the health service, even bendy bananas played their part. But nothing pushed the voters’ buttons as much as the idea of more people landing on our shores.

Are we safe with a pro-Putin, anti-EU, NATO-sceptic in the White House?

The catastrophe unfolding in Aleppo shows Europe, and Britain in particular, of the need to remain a powerful player on the global stage

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