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Benjamin Netanyahu has been a dominant force in Israeli politics for decades, but he could finally be doomed by corruption allegations and a coalescing opposition, says PAUL KNOTT.

Forty years ago this month, Jean Monnet, arguably the EU’s most important ‘founding father,’ died aged 90 at home in Houjarray, 43 miles west of Paris.

CHARLIE CONNELLY on French actor and “queen of self-promotion” Sarah Bernhardt’s Great European Life.

MITCH BENN says there should be awkward questions for the people who’ve been making a living peddling so-called ‘polite racism’.

Britain faces a generational struggle to relocate itself to the heart of the European project. With relations and reputation at rock bottom, what better time to start the fightback? asks JOHN KAMPFNER

The atrocity in New Zealand should prompt a reckoning for the Islamophobia which has infected our mainstream media, says Liz Gerard.

The son of US President Donald Trump has blamed “elite” politicians for preventing Brexit taking place as promised on March 29th.

An friend’s experience of the American healthcare system showed BONNIE GREER the horror of a US-style NHS.

Ahead of the new F1 season, MICK O’HARE looks at the extraordinary stories of the drivers who - whether through luck, misfortune or tragedy - managed just one victory each.

As Trump and Putin try to unpick agreements on nuclear weapons that have helped keep the world safe, IAN WALKER looks back at the moment the world first stepped back from the abyss

Slight easing of tensions between nuclear neighbours India and Pakistan cannot disguise the worsening chances of fixing this global fault-line, says PAUL KNOTT.

Rachel Johnson on pesky Instagram influencers, Heathrow protests and why she miss Radio 4’s John Humphrys.

From Brexit, to Putin, to Trump, to China, Germany faces as many global challenges as anyone, says John Kampfner. Yet it seems more steadfast than most in dealing with them.

Paul Connew on the tragedy which is tarnishing the White House.

Donald Trump’s get out of jail card could sentence the US, writes James Ball.

Bonnie Greer explains why the president’s former fixer is simply a mook.

Michael White on the Brexit magic carpet ride with an unknown destination.

The author of Das Boot would have hated the new TV adaptation - but he hated most things. CHARLIE CONNELLY on the troubled mind which could never escape the terror of war beneath the waves.

The Balkan country’s emergence from its own peculiar brand of communism has been long and faltering. STAN ABBOTT visits and finds a people still yearning for a brighter future

Forget Pele – the man who really put football on the map in New York was an Italian with a Swansea accent who had an ego as big as his talent. RICHARD LUCK reports

Donald Trump’s administration has published negotiating objectives for a post-Brexit deal which include demands for a block on state institutions - such as the NHS - discriminating against American companies when purchasing goods and services.

Pulitzer prize-winning writer ALBERT SCARDINO offers a global perspective on how Britain’s national hero is seen.

A striking feature of the Brexit camp’s narrative in the UK both before and after the 2016 referendum has been the repeated claim that leaving the EU is consistent with the lessons of history.

David Davis focuses on his outside earnings, Telegraph accused of being “Stalinist” and Madeleina Kay is the latest to complain about the BBC’s Brexit bias

Surrealist comedian Ernie Kovacs remains a relatively obscure figure here BENJAMIN IVRY celebrates the genuine pioneer of the small screen.

The reality of Britain’s position after it leaves the EU is becoming clearer

New investigations, fresh scandals emerging, Republicans considering alternative candidates, has it all gone wrong for Trump?

The Olympic year represented a high point for a self-confident and outward-looking United Kingdom, says Sophia Deboick.

Laudable as they seem, attempts to tackle terrorism with science risk going horribly wrong, says Tracy King.

GARTH CARTWRIGHT talks to Horace Panter of the ska pioneers about the band’s astonishing new album, politics and painting.

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