Trump is much stronger now than you're being told
The Democrats’ achievement in winning a majority in the House may not necessarily prove as beneficial to their cause as it might appear. Nor might it be such a harbinger of better fortunes in the 2020 presidential race as the party might hope
The Cold War is over: Why can't the west accept it?
Four decades ago, Mary Dejevsky spent a year as an exchange student in the Soviet Union. On her return this year, she found much had changed for the better and wonders why western narratives about Russia are still stuck in the past
Ireland is closer than ever to unification because of Brexit
When you travel to Derry, as I did this week, and listen to what people are actually saying about Brexit and the British government, it’s not entirely what you’d expect
Global warming could actually be good for the UK (yes, seriously)
You may feel that the long-term survival of endangered habitats is a cause far more noble than the short-term evolution of a more laid-back and fitter Britain, but there are some upsides to a warmer climate