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The key to Europe’s future lies with Mario Draghi, the technocrat who sidelined politicians and saved the Euro, but who now needs them to succeed as Italy’s PM
Battling imposter syndrome in the brave new world
After an electoral disaster in the 1930s, Wakefield kickstarted the new Labour era. Can it do the same for Starmer?
Classic settings conceal psychological rawness and sinuously convoluted mysteries
There is an exodus of Muscovites with money to Tbilisi and Turkey
The former Czech president and playwright would have invited JK Rowling over for a beer
Drill music presents itself as the soundtrack of liberation, but it’s dangerously mired in gang violence
Can the Argentinian pontiff make a difference in Ukraine?
Fierce rivalries in a shared sport
Letters from the Falklands front: Trauma and machismo continue to define the Malvinas issue in Argentina
A new history of the Interregnum rescues this forgotten period of history from oblivion
Make Architects’ disastrous plans risk destroying the character of the South Bank