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Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

9 minute read | 27 September
Putin’s Great Patriotic Pseudoscience

“America might have post-truth politics; Russia has post-truth science. ”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

7 minute read | 5 February
How Trudeau Can Stop Worrying and Learn to Love Trump

“The most awkward relationship imaginable might not actually be that bad, apparently.”

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

5 minute read | 18 September
‘We have a culture war to win’: Why Starbucks cups always stir up controversy

“'Tis the season to gripe about Starbucks' precise relationship with America's Christian heritage.”

Politico.com

Politico.com

8 minute read | 29 October
Donald Trump and the Rise of Alt-Reality Media

“This host left conservative radio over Trump. Here's what he thinks will happen next. Not pretty.”

Slate

Slate

5 minute read | 16 October
Oh Good, a “Professor Watch List”

“Do you have a "dangerous liberal professor"? Well, there's a website for you - and that's terrifying”

Vice

Vice

5 minute read | 12 January
What the Return of Tony Blair Tells Us About the Void at the Heart of Politics

“If Tony's your answer, have a good think about the question.”

Complex

Complex

3 minute read | 18 May
The Incoherence of Latino Political Identity

“Why loads of 'bad hombres' ended up pulling the lever for the Donald.”

The Guardian

The Guardian

8 minute read | 31 October
Hitler salutes and white supremacism: a weekend with the 'alt-right'

“Meet some very scary people who are very happy with the way politics is going right now”

Politico.eu

Politico.eu

5 minute read | 30 July
François Fillon, Thatcherite with a thing for Russia

“He loves Thatcher, the Pope, and Putin: meet France's (likely) next president.”

Newsweek

Newsweek

9 minute read | 27 April
Meet Robert Mercer, the Mysterious Billionaire Benefactor of Breitbart

“Time to get acquainted with a reclusive, right-wing billionaire, the new Kochs on the block.”

Newsweek

Newsweek

7 minute read | 26 April
Russia's Bad Health Care System Is Getting Worse

“A Russian hospital stay probably isn't on your bucket list. Here's why it never should be.”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

5 minute read | 12 March
Fool Nigeria Once, Shame on You. Fool Nigeria Twice …

“Last year Nigeria blazed the authoritarian misogynist president trail. It hasn't gone well.”

Vice

Vice

4 minute read | 21 October
What the Popularity of Prank Culture Tells Us About Ourselves

“Alarmingly twisted and sadistic "Prank videos" now dominate Youtube. Here's why they're popular.”

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

11 minute read | 14 July
For Trump adviser Stephen Bannon, fiery populism followed life in elite circles

“Bannon's a very big deal now. This is the best profile you'll read.”

Newsweek

Newsweek

6 minute read | 11 April
How Nevada Democrats Bucked the Donald Trump Wave

“It might not be a template for 2020, though”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

5 minute read | 15 August
Kabila’s Trump Card

“After Trump, no one knows what will happen in Congo, either.”

The Economist

The Economist

4 minute read | 30 June
On borrowed time

“That Iran deal you're vaguely aware of might be about to go. Here's why that's a big deal.”

i

i

5 minute read | 8 November
What post-truth politics means in practice

“Donald Trump and Brexit have heralded the dawning of a new age of politics. Here's what it means.”

Al Jazeera

Al Jazeera

6 minute read | 11 January
Portugal: Fifteen years of decriminalised drug policy

“Legal heroin is closer to home than you think. Here's what it looks like.”

The Guardian

The Guardian

5 minute read | 13 October
We are living in a depression - that's why Trump took the White House

“For most people, it turns out recession never ended. So says the Guardian's economics editor.”

Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

5 minute read | 7 January
Will Trump Be Impeached?

“Don't get your hopes up.”

New York

New York

10 minute read | 14 August
How the Loyal Opposition Will Work in Trump’sAmerica

“Here's what could come next in Trump's America.”

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

6 minute read | 13 May
Trump’s win may be the beginning of a global populist wave

“The Donald, in context.”

Slate

Slate

9 minute read | 11 February
Trump Country

“The real, in-depth, comprehensive story of the most shocking political night in a while.”

Vice

Vice

4 minute read | 5 May
How Football Firms Mix Far-Right Elements with Multiculturalism

“There's a place where neo-nazis and multiculturalism get along: football hooligan gangs.”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

9 minute read | 27 September
Putin’s Great Patriotic Pseudoscience

“America might have post-truth politics; Russia has post-truth science. ”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

7 minute read | 5 February
How Trudeau Can Stop Worrying and Learn to Love Trump

“The most awkward relationship imaginable might not actually be that bad, apparently.”

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

5 minute read | 18 September
‘We have a culture war to win’: Why Starbucks cups always stir up controversy

“'Tis the season to gripe about Starbucks' precise relationship with America's Christian heritage.”

Politico.com

Politico.com

8 minute read | 29 October
Donald Trump and the Rise of Alt-Reality Media

“This host left conservative radio over Trump. Here's what he thinks will happen next. Not pretty.”

Slate

Slate

5 minute read | 16 October
Oh Good, a “Professor Watch List”

“Do you have a "dangerous liberal professor"? Well, there's a website for you - and that's terrifying”

Vice

Vice

5 minute read | 12 January
What the Return of Tony Blair Tells Us About the Void at the Heart of Politics

“If Tony's your answer, have a good think about the question.”

Complex

Complex

3 minute read | 18 May
The Incoherence of Latino Political Identity

“Why loads of 'bad hombres' ended up pulling the lever for the Donald.”

The Guardian

The Guardian

8 minute read | 31 October
Hitler salutes and white supremacism: a weekend with the 'alt-right'

“Meet some very scary people who are very happy with the way politics is going right now”

Politico.eu

Politico.eu

5 minute read | 30 July
François Fillon, Thatcherite with a thing for Russia

“He loves Thatcher, the Pope, and Putin: meet France's (likely) next president.”

Newsweek

Newsweek

9 minute read | 27 April
Meet Robert Mercer, the Mysterious Billionaire Benefactor of Breitbart

“Time to get acquainted with a reclusive, right-wing billionaire, the new Kochs on the block.”

Newsweek

Newsweek

7 minute read | 26 April
Russia's Bad Health Care System Is Getting Worse

“A Russian hospital stay probably isn't on your bucket list. Here's why it never should be.”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

5 minute read | 12 March
Fool Nigeria Once, Shame on You. Fool Nigeria Twice …

“Last year Nigeria blazed the authoritarian misogynist president trail. It hasn't gone well.”

Vice

Vice

4 minute read | 21 October
What the Popularity of Prank Culture Tells Us About Ourselves

“Alarmingly twisted and sadistic "Prank videos" now dominate Youtube. Here's why they're popular.”

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

11 minute read | 14 July
For Trump adviser Stephen Bannon, fiery populism followed life in elite circles

“Bannon's a very big deal now. This is the best profile you'll read.”

Newsweek

Newsweek

6 minute read | 11 April
How Nevada Democrats Bucked the Donald Trump Wave

“It might not be a template for 2020, though”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

5 minute read | 15 August
Kabila’s Trump Card

“After Trump, no one knows what will happen in Congo, either.”

The Economist

The Economist

4 minute read | 30 June
On borrowed time

“That Iran deal you're vaguely aware of might be about to go. Here's why that's a big deal.”

i

i

5 minute read | 8 November
What post-truth politics means in practice

“Donald Trump and Brexit have heralded the dawning of a new age of politics. Here's what it means.”

Al Jazeera

Al Jazeera

6 minute read | 11 January
Portugal: Fifteen years of decriminalised drug policy

“Legal heroin is closer to home than you think. Here's what it looks like.”

The Guardian

The Guardian

5 minute read | 13 October
We are living in a depression - that's why Trump took the White House

“For most people, it turns out recession never ended. So says the Guardian's economics editor.”

Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

5 minute read | 7 January
Will Trump Be Impeached?

“Don't get your hopes up.”

New York

New York

10 minute read | 14 August
How the Loyal Opposition Will Work in Trump’sAmerica

“Here's what could come next in Trump's America.”

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

6 minute read | 13 May
Trump’s win may be the beginning of a global populist wave

“The Donald, in context.”

Slate

Slate

9 minute read | 11 February
Trump Country

“The real, in-depth, comprehensive story of the most shocking political night in a while.”

Vice

Vice

4 minute read | 5 May
How Football Firms Mix Far-Right Elements with Multiculturalism

“There's a place where neo-nazis and multiculturalism get along: football hooligan gangs.”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

9 minute read | 27 September
Putin’s Great Patriotic Pseudoscience

“America might have post-truth politics; Russia has post-truth science. ”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

7 minute read | 5 February
How Trudeau Can Stop Worrying and Learn to Love Trump

“The most awkward relationship imaginable might not actually be that bad, apparently.”

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

5 minute read | 18 September
‘We have a culture war to win’: Why Starbucks cups always stir up controversy

“'Tis the season to gripe about Starbucks' precise relationship with America's Christian heritage.”

Politico.com

Politico.com

8 minute read | 29 October
Donald Trump and the Rise of Alt-Reality Media

“This host left conservative radio over Trump. Here's what he thinks will happen next. Not pretty.”

Slate

Slate

5 minute read | 16 October
Oh Good, a “Professor Watch List”

“Do you have a "dangerous liberal professor"? Well, there's a website for you - and that's terrifying”

Vice

Vice

5 minute read | 12 January
What the Return of Tony Blair Tells Us About the Void at the Heart of Politics

“If Tony's your answer, have a good think about the question.”

Complex

Complex

3 minute read | 18 May
The Incoherence of Latino Political Identity

“Why loads of 'bad hombres' ended up pulling the lever for the Donald.”

The Guardian

The Guardian

8 minute read | 31 October
Hitler salutes and white supremacism: a weekend with the 'alt-right'

“Meet some very scary people who are very happy with the way politics is going right now”

Politico.eu

Politico.eu

5 minute read | 30 July
François Fillon, Thatcherite with a thing for Russia

“He loves Thatcher, the Pope, and Putin: meet France's (likely) next president.”

Newsweek

Newsweek

9 minute read | 27 April
Meet Robert Mercer, the Mysterious Billionaire Benefactor of Breitbart

“Time to get acquainted with a reclusive, right-wing billionaire, the new Kochs on the block.”

Newsweek

Newsweek

7 minute read | 26 April
Russia's Bad Health Care System Is Getting Worse

“A Russian hospital stay probably isn't on your bucket list. Here's why it never should be.”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

5 minute read | 12 March
Fool Nigeria Once, Shame on You. Fool Nigeria Twice …

“Last year Nigeria blazed the authoritarian misogynist president trail. It hasn't gone well.”

Vice

Vice

4 minute read | 21 October
What the Popularity of Prank Culture Tells Us About Ourselves

“Alarmingly twisted and sadistic "Prank videos" now dominate Youtube. Here's why they're popular.”

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

11 minute read | 14 July
For Trump adviser Stephen Bannon, fiery populism followed life in elite circles

“Bannon's a very big deal now. This is the best profile you'll read.”

Newsweek

Newsweek

6 minute read | 11 April
How Nevada Democrats Bucked the Donald Trump Wave

“It might not be a template for 2020, though”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

5 minute read | 15 August
Kabila’s Trump Card

“After Trump, no one knows what will happen in Congo, either.”

The Economist

The Economist

4 minute read | 30 June
On borrowed time

“That Iran deal you're vaguely aware of might be about to go. Here's why that's a big deal.”

i

i

5 minute read | 8 November
What post-truth politics means in practice

“Donald Trump and Brexit have heralded the dawning of a new age of politics. Here's what it means.”

Al Jazeera

Al Jazeera

6 minute read | 11 January
Portugal: Fifteen years of decriminalised drug policy

“Legal heroin is closer to home than you think. Here's what it looks like.”

The Guardian

The Guardian

5 minute read | 13 October
We are living in a depression - that's why Trump took the White House

“For most people, it turns out recession never ended. So says the Guardian's economics editor.”

Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

5 minute read | 7 January
Will Trump Be Impeached?

“Don't get your hopes up.”

New York

New York

10 minute read | 14 August
How the Loyal Opposition Will Work in Trump’sAmerica

“Here's what could come next in Trump's America.”

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

6 minute read | 13 May
Trump’s win may be the beginning of a global populist wave

“The Donald, in context.”

Slate

Slate

9 minute read | 11 February
Trump Country

“The real, in-depth, comprehensive story of the most shocking political night in a while.”

Vice

Vice

4 minute read | 5 May
How Football Firms Mix Far-Right Elements with Multiculturalism

“There's a place where neo-nazis and multiculturalism get along: football hooligan gangs.”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

9 minute read | 27 September
Putin’s Great Patriotic Pseudoscience

“America might have post-truth politics; Russia has post-truth science. ”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

7 minute read | 5 February
How Trudeau Can Stop Worrying and Learn to Love Trump

“The most awkward relationship imaginable might not actually be that bad, apparently.”

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

5 minute read | 18 September
‘We have a culture war to win’: Why Starbucks cups always stir up controversy

“'Tis the season to gripe about Starbucks' precise relationship with America's Christian heritage.”

Politico.com

Politico.com

8 minute read | 29 October
Donald Trump and the Rise of Alt-Reality Media

“This host left conservative radio over Trump. Here's what he thinks will happen next. Not pretty.”

Slate

Slate

5 minute read | 16 October
Oh Good, a “Professor Watch List”

“Do you have a "dangerous liberal professor"? Well, there's a website for you - and that's terrifying”

Vice

Vice

5 minute read | 12 January
What the Return of Tony Blair Tells Us About the Void at the Heart of Politics

“If Tony's your answer, have a good think about the question.”

Complex

Complex

3 minute read | 18 May
The Incoherence of Latino Political Identity

“Why loads of 'bad hombres' ended up pulling the lever for the Donald.”

The Guardian

The Guardian

8 minute read | 31 October
Hitler salutes and white supremacism: a weekend with the 'alt-right'

“Meet some very scary people who are very happy with the way politics is going right now”

Politico.eu

Politico.eu

5 minute read | 30 July
François Fillon, Thatcherite with a thing for Russia

“He loves Thatcher, the Pope, and Putin: meet France's (likely) next president.”

Newsweek

Newsweek

9 minute read | 27 April
Meet Robert Mercer, the Mysterious Billionaire Benefactor of Breitbart

“Time to get acquainted with a reclusive, right-wing billionaire, the new Kochs on the block.”

Newsweek

Newsweek

7 minute read | 26 April
Russia's Bad Health Care System Is Getting Worse

“A Russian hospital stay probably isn't on your bucket list. Here's why it never should be.”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

5 minute read | 12 March
Fool Nigeria Once, Shame on You. Fool Nigeria Twice …

“Last year Nigeria blazed the authoritarian misogynist president trail. It hasn't gone well.”

Vice

Vice

4 minute read | 21 October
What the Popularity of Prank Culture Tells Us About Ourselves

“Alarmingly twisted and sadistic "Prank videos" now dominate Youtube. Here's why they're popular.”

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

11 minute read | 14 July
For Trump adviser Stephen Bannon, fiery populism followed life in elite circles

“Bannon's a very big deal now. This is the best profile you'll read.”

Newsweek

Newsweek

6 minute read | 11 April
How Nevada Democrats Bucked the Donald Trump Wave

“It might not be a template for 2020, though”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

5 minute read | 15 August
Kabila’s Trump Card

“After Trump, no one knows what will happen in Congo, either.”

The Economist

The Economist

4 minute read | 30 June
On borrowed time

“That Iran deal you're vaguely aware of might be about to go. Here's why that's a big deal.”

i

i

5 minute read | 8 November
What post-truth politics means in practice

“Donald Trump and Brexit have heralded the dawning of a new age of politics. Here's what it means.”

Al Jazeera

Al Jazeera

6 minute read | 11 January
Portugal: Fifteen years of decriminalised drug policy

“Legal heroin is closer to home than you think. Here's what it looks like.”

The Guardian

The Guardian

5 minute read | 13 October
We are living in a depression - that's why Trump took the White House

“For most people, it turns out recession never ended. So says the Guardian's economics editor.”

Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

5 minute read | 7 January
Will Trump Be Impeached?

“Don't get your hopes up.”

New York

New York

10 minute read | 14 August
How the Loyal Opposition Will Work in Trump’sAmerica

“Here's what could come next in Trump's America.”

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

6 minute read | 13 May
Trump’s win may be the beginning of a global populist wave

“The Donald, in context.”

Slate

Slate

9 minute read | 11 February
Trump Country

“The real, in-depth, comprehensive story of the most shocking political night in a while.”

Vice

Vice

4 minute read | 5 May
How Football Firms Mix Far-Right Elements with Multiculturalism

“There's a place where neo-nazis and multiculturalism get along: football hooligan gangs.”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

9 minute read | 27 September
Putin’s Great Patriotic Pseudoscience

“America might have post-truth politics; Russia has post-truth science. ”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

7 minute read | 5 February
How Trudeau Can Stop Worrying and Learn to Love Trump

“The most awkward relationship imaginable might not actually be that bad, apparently.”

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

5 minute read | 18 September
‘We have a culture war to win’: Why Starbucks cups always stir up controversy

“'Tis the season to gripe about Starbucks' precise relationship with America's Christian heritage.”

Politico.com

Politico.com

8 minute read | 29 October
Donald Trump and the Rise of Alt-Reality Media

“This host left conservative radio over Trump. Here's what he thinks will happen next. Not pretty.”

Slate

Slate

5 minute read | 16 October
Oh Good, a “Professor Watch List”

“Do you have a "dangerous liberal professor"? Well, there's a website for you - and that's terrifying”

Vice

Vice

5 minute read | 12 January
What the Return of Tony Blair Tells Us About the Void at the Heart of Politics

“If Tony's your answer, have a good think about the question.”

Complex

Complex

3 minute read | 18 May
The Incoherence of Latino Political Identity

“Why loads of 'bad hombres' ended up pulling the lever for the Donald.”

The Guardian

The Guardian

8 minute read | 31 October
Hitler salutes and white supremacism: a weekend with the 'alt-right'

“Meet some very scary people who are very happy with the way politics is going right now”

Politico.eu

Politico.eu

5 minute read | 30 July
François Fillon, Thatcherite with a thing for Russia

“He loves Thatcher, the Pope, and Putin: meet France's (likely) next president.”

Newsweek

Newsweek

9 minute read | 27 April
Meet Robert Mercer, the Mysterious Billionaire Benefactor of Breitbart

“Time to get acquainted with a reclusive, right-wing billionaire, the new Kochs on the block.”

Newsweek

Newsweek

7 minute read | 26 April
Russia's Bad Health Care System Is Getting Worse

“A Russian hospital stay probably isn't on your bucket list. Here's why it never should be.”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

5 minute read | 12 March
Fool Nigeria Once, Shame on You. Fool Nigeria Twice …

“Last year Nigeria blazed the authoritarian misogynist president trail. It hasn't gone well.”

Vice

Vice

4 minute read | 21 October
What the Popularity of Prank Culture Tells Us About Ourselves

“Alarmingly twisted and sadistic "Prank videos" now dominate Youtube. Here's why they're popular.”

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

11 minute read | 14 July
For Trump adviser Stephen Bannon, fiery populism followed life in elite circles

“Bannon's a very big deal now. This is the best profile you'll read.”

Newsweek

Newsweek

6 minute read | 11 April
How Nevada Democrats Bucked the Donald Trump Wave

“It might not be a template for 2020, though”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

5 minute read | 15 August
Kabila’s Trump Card

“After Trump, no one knows what will happen in Congo, either.”

The Economist

The Economist

4 minute read | 30 June
On borrowed time

“That Iran deal you're vaguely aware of might be about to go. Here's why that's a big deal.”

i

i

5 minute read | 8 November
What post-truth politics means in practice

“Donald Trump and Brexit have heralded the dawning of a new age of politics. Here's what it means.”

Al Jazeera

Al Jazeera

6 minute read | 11 January
Portugal: Fifteen years of decriminalised drug policy

“Legal heroin is closer to home than you think. Here's what it looks like.”

The Guardian

The Guardian

5 minute read | 13 October
We are living in a depression - that's why Trump took the White House

“For most people, it turns out recession never ended. So says the Guardian's economics editor.”

Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

5 minute read | 7 January
Will Trump Be Impeached?

“Don't get your hopes up.”

New York

New York

10 minute read | 14 August
How the Loyal Opposition Will Work in Trump’sAmerica

“Here's what could come next in Trump's America.”

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

6 minute read | 13 May
Trump’s win may be the beginning of a global populist wave

“The Donald, in context.”

Slate

Slate

9 minute read | 11 February
Trump Country

“The real, in-depth, comprehensive story of the most shocking political night in a while.”

Vice

Vice

4 minute read | 5 May
How Football Firms Mix Far-Right Elements with Multiculturalism

“There's a place where neo-nazis and multiculturalism get along: football hooligan gangs.”

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Foreign Policy

9 minute read | 27 September
Putin’s Great Patriotic Pseudoscience

“America might have post-truth politics; Russia has post-truth science. ”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

7 minute read | 5 February
How Trudeau Can Stop Worrying and Learn to Love Trump

“The most awkward relationship imaginable might not actually be that bad, apparently.”

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

5 minute read | 18 September
‘We have a culture war to win’: Why Starbucks cups always stir up controversy

“'Tis the season to gripe about Starbucks' precise relationship with America's Christian heritage.”

Politico.com

Politico.com

8 minute read | 29 October
Donald Trump and the Rise of Alt-Reality Media

“This host left conservative radio over Trump. Here's what he thinks will happen next. Not pretty.”

Slate

Slate

5 minute read | 16 October
Oh Good, a “Professor Watch List”

“Do you have a "dangerous liberal professor"? Well, there's a website for you - and that's terrifying”

Vice

Vice

5 minute read | 12 January
What the Return of Tony Blair Tells Us About the Void at the Heart of Politics

“If Tony's your answer, have a good think about the question.”

Complex

Complex

3 minute read | 18 May
The Incoherence of Latino Political Identity

“Why loads of 'bad hombres' ended up pulling the lever for the Donald.”

The Guardian

The Guardian

8 minute read | 31 October
Hitler salutes and white supremacism: a weekend with the 'alt-right'

“Meet some very scary people who are very happy with the way politics is going right now”

Politico.eu

Politico.eu

5 minute read | 30 July
François Fillon, Thatcherite with a thing for Russia

“He loves Thatcher, the Pope, and Putin: meet France's (likely) next president.”

Newsweek

Newsweek

9 minute read | 27 April
Meet Robert Mercer, the Mysterious Billionaire Benefactor of Breitbart

“Time to get acquainted with a reclusive, right-wing billionaire, the new Kochs on the block.”

Newsweek

Newsweek

7 minute read | 26 April
Russia's Bad Health Care System Is Getting Worse

“A Russian hospital stay probably isn't on your bucket list. Here's why it never should be.”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

5 minute read | 12 March
Fool Nigeria Once, Shame on You. Fool Nigeria Twice …

“Last year Nigeria blazed the authoritarian misogynist president trail. It hasn't gone well.”

Vice

Vice

4 minute read | 21 October
What the Popularity of Prank Culture Tells Us About Ourselves

“Alarmingly twisted and sadistic "Prank videos" now dominate Youtube. Here's why they're popular.”

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

11 minute read | 14 July
For Trump adviser Stephen Bannon, fiery populism followed life in elite circles

“Bannon's a very big deal now. This is the best profile you'll read.”

Newsweek

Newsweek

6 minute read | 11 April
How Nevada Democrats Bucked the Donald Trump Wave

“It might not be a template for 2020, though”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

5 minute read | 15 August
Kabila’s Trump Card

“After Trump, no one knows what will happen in Congo, either.”

The Economist

The Economist

4 minute read | 30 June
On borrowed time

“That Iran deal you're vaguely aware of might be about to go. Here's why that's a big deal.”

i

i

5 minute read | 8 November
What post-truth politics means in practice

“Donald Trump and Brexit have heralded the dawning of a new age of politics. Here's what it means.”

Al Jazeera

Al Jazeera

6 minute read | 11 January
Portugal: Fifteen years of decriminalised drug policy

“Legal heroin is closer to home than you think. Here's what it looks like.”

The Guardian

The Guardian

5 minute read | 13 October
We are living in a depression - that's why Trump took the White House

“For most people, it turns out recession never ended. So says the Guardian's economics editor.”

Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

5 minute read | 7 January
Will Trump Be Impeached?

“Don't get your hopes up.”

New York

New York

10 minute read | 14 August
How the Loyal Opposition Will Work in Trump’sAmerica

“Here's what could come next in Trump's America.”

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

6 minute read | 13 May
Trump’s win may be the beginning of a global populist wave

“The Donald, in context.”

Slate

Slate

9 minute read | 11 February
Trump Country

“The real, in-depth, comprehensive story of the most shocking political night in a while.”

Vice

Vice

4 minute read | 5 May
How Football Firms Mix Far-Right Elements with Multiculturalism

“There's a place where neo-nazis and multiculturalism get along: football hooligan gangs.”

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