Dani El H-grey

Unstoppable ambition: Trump and climate change

Liz Gallagher

Under the last administration, the US was finally facing up to its responsibilities on climate change. While the new president and his team might want to sabotage their climate commitments, they are likely to find that the global momentum for change on the issue is irreversible. Every winter, the international climate community congregate to negotiate…

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The radical reformer

Philippe Marlière

With his poll ratings falling, Benoît Hamon is unlikely to make it into the final round of the French presidential election next month. But his candidacy has been a breath of fresh air for French socialists after François Hollande’s unimpressive term, argues Philippe Marlièr When Benoît Hamon emphatically defeated Manuel Valls, the former prime minister,…

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Article 50 isn’t the end of the debate

Joe Carberry

On triggering article 50 the prime minister’s biggest hurdle is an expectant nation. Evidence consistently shows that people expect Brexit to deliver more trade, less migration and cessation of any financial relationship with the EU. And with reason: this is what they were promised. The prime minister has not attempted to prepare people for turbulent…

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