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The exile of Julian Assange and Edward Snowden compared with Pentagon Papers leaker Daniel Ellsberg hailed in new movie "The Post"
The BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India, China) and some others were predicted to achieve greater power and influence. Have they?
The European Union (EU) has been criticized for its complex procedures and opaqueness. Is this a valid judgment, and if so, what needs to be changed? Is Brexit the...
WikiTribune member Jean-Jacques Subrenat, a former ambassador, analyses China's new diplomatic power built on its economic clout
Current Affairs Global power and influence in 2018 and beyond. Part 1: The U.S. in a multipolar world
This is Part 1 in the series 'Global power and influence in 2018 and beyond'
This is an introduction to a five-part series on global power and influence
Due to fly back from Abu Dhabi to Paris, President Macron decided to visit the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia in Riyadh. What is the background to this surprise visit,...
Emmanuel Macron has begun implementing a series of sweeping reforms to modernise France, but some major challenges lie ahead
Catalonia's campaign for independence could have echoes across Europe, where other regions are also pursuing autonomy
Britain and Donald Trump might have decided to take a transactional view of the EU, but the union is far more of an ideal than a common market, write...
The escalation of rhetoric between North Korea and the United States has wider consequences. Can a strategy be developed to defuse this crisis?
A corporate and governmental alliance threatens some of the basic "open" tenets of the Internet, technology thinker Lawrence Lessig told a Paris audience