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A closer inspection of the leading news stories of the moment, including a more in-depth analysis and interviews with those in the know.

‘Now the empires have to strike back’: what next for US presidential candidates?

10/02 11:13 CET

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  1. 14/10/2015Russia, Iran are part of solution in Syria: EU foreign policy chief
  2. 12/10/2015Prime suspects for Turkey twin bombing silent about attack
  3. 12/10/2015Prime suspects for Turkey twin bombing silent about attack
  4. 06/10/2015Is German opinion on refugees shifting?
  5. 05/10/2015The start of a Third Intifada? Hasni Abidi discusses the West Bank
  6. 02/10/2015Portugal’s silent revolt and desertion of the young
  7. 02/10/2015Fainthearted voters wary of Portuguese politics
  8. 30/09/2015Portugal’s voters: expecting little, wanting more
  9. 29/09/2015Russia and US on Syria, who leads, who follows
  10. 28/09/2015Catalonia looks to the future after regional elections
  11. 24/09/2015VW ‘endangers whole diesel car industry’
  12. 21/09/2015New Greek parliament bailout battle must be swift
  13. 18/09/2015Why Greeks are voting sooner than planned
  14. 17/09/2015West ‘can talk to Assad about leaving, with Russia’s help’
  15. 15/09/2015Record number of migrants enter the EU in August
  16. 11/09/2015Refugee surge was only a matter of time
  17. 10/09/2015Turkey’s turmoil threatens to derail elections
  18. 09/09/2015EU’s Juncker urges governments to accept refugee quota plan
  19. 09/09/2015‘Long to reign over us’ Queen Elizabeth Britain’s longest serving monarch
  20. 08/09/2015Hungary fighting to uphold EU border rules in face of criticism
  21. 04/09/2015Refugee boy’s drowning raises hopes for political solutions
  22. 14/07/2015Exclusive – EU’s Mogherini hails ‘good’ Iran deal
  23. 14/07/2015Nuclear Iran defended rights, raised fears, now hopes
  24. 10/07/2015Tsipras in warp drive to save Greece
  25. 24/06/2015All the presidents’ phone calls — WikiLeaks heats up US-French connections
  26. 23/06/2015Greek government debt ‘compromise not what SYRIZA wanted’
  27. 15/06/2015Philae the comet lander is alive and well
  28. 09/06/2015EU set for key Latin America meeting
  29. 08/06/2015Turkey’s more diverse vote is obstacle to government
  30. 08/06/2015What now for Turkish-EU relations?
  31. 05/06/2015Turkey can ‘count on a repeat’ of upcoming watershed election
  32. 03/06/2015Turkish opposition strive to prevent more power accruing to Erdogan
  33. 02/06/2015Turkey’s Kurdish HDP needs ten percent of votes or won’t have a voice
  34. 28/05/2015UK’s Cameron embarks on diplomatic tour to push for EU reform
  35. 28/05/2015‘FIFA lives in a kind of ‘Alice in Wonderland’ world’
  36. 27/05/2015‘A sad day for football’, but can Sepp Blatter ride it out?
  37. 26/05/2015Iran begins trial of US journalist held for ten months
  38. 25/05/2015Spanish local and regional elections deal major blow to big parties
  39. 21/05/2015Greek island of Samos feels strain of migrant influx
  40. 15/05/2015Portugal weighs prizes and pain of four years of austerity
  41. 15/05/2015Burundi failed coup leader ‘overestimated army’s support’
  42. 13/05/2015EU unveils quota system plans to tackle migration crisis
  43. 08/05/2015Veteran marks VE Day in Ukraine and remembers his grandson killed in Donbas
  44. 07/05/2015Last Red Army cameraman stuck his neck out all the way to Berlin
  45. 07/05/2015Missing Soviet soldiers and the quest to lay WWII to rest
  46. 05/05/2015Could Britain’s economy survive an EU exit?
  47. 28/04/2015New Turkish Cypriot leader Akinci amplifies reunification resolve
  48. 20/04/2015Migrant crisis: What options does Europe have?
  49. 08/04/2015Europe is ‘bluffing’ over Greece-Russia relations – analyst
  50. 02/04/2015Iran’s nuclear talks with P5 face steady pressure from ultra-conservatives
  51. 30/03/2015French conservatives deliver Socialists sharp slap in local polls
  52. 27/03/2015Boko Haram will not ‘sabotage’ Nigeria’s presidential poll, says analyst
  53. 25/03/2015Germanwings crash: recovery mission ‘difficult’ amid bad weather
  54. 24/03/2015Germanwings crash: lack of radio contact ‘may not be surprising’
  55. 19/03/2015Tunisia attack an assault on tourism and Arab world’s ‘first democracy’
  56. 18/03/2015Israel election result ‘continues deadlock in Middle East’
  57. 17/03/2015Crimea’s Tatars yearn for homeland one year after Russian annexation
  58. 16/03/2015As Israeli election nears, economic concerns take precedence over peace
  59. 13/03/2015Syria’s blackout demonstrates deadly entry into fifth year of civil war
  60. 11/03/2015Bravery by proxy: TV reality shows cast values in doubt
  61. 09/03/2015More Iraq sites at risk from ISIL ‘cultural cleansing’ – UNESCO
  62. 06/03/2015How the US has handed part of Iraqi battlefield to Iran – analyst
  63. 04/03/2015Germany’s Merkel rebuffs talk of new Greek bailout
  64. 02/03/2015Interview: The consequences of Boris Nemtsov’s murder
  65. 26/02/2015ISIL grooming schoolgirls as volunteer brides for jihad
  66. 23/02/2015‘Birdman’ awarded Best Picture, with Mexican Alejandro Iñárritu Best Director
  67. 20/02/2015Is the EU’s ‘big data’ effective in fighting terror?
  68. 19/02/2015Investigations of police shooting of protesters in Ukraine enter second year
  69. 17/02/2015Greeks back Syriza’s tough debt stance as talks break down
  70. 13/02/2015Pope Francis checks up on Vatican civil service reform
  71. 10/02/2015Less talk and more action, Ukraine envoy tells EU
  72. 09/02/2015Western powers, Russia trade blows over Ukraine in Munich
  73. 03/02/2015Latvian exports hit by Russian embargo
  74. 28/01/2015Greek novice government defies odds on debt
  75. 27/01/2015Greece interview: what’s next for the Tsipras government?
  76. 21/01/2015Greek voters crave education and health rescue
  77. 16/01/2015“ISIL is the baby of George W Bush”
  78. 14/01/2015Islam expert Nilüfer Göle: ‘a new Europe where Muslims play a great role’
  79. 14/01/2015Brussels mulls fast track to pooling air passenger data
  80. 10/01/2015Muslim groups fear backlash after terrorist attacks in Paris
  81. 09/01/2015Charlie Hebdo: the future for the press in France
  82. 31/12/2014Tunisia’s new President Essebsi vows he will turn page on past
  83. 22/12/2014Qatar airlines take delivery of first Airbus A350
  84. 18/12/2014Putin upbeat on Russian economy but doesn’t say how or when it will recover
  85. 15/12/2014Press freedom in Hungary “at risk” says Council of Europe
  86. 03/12/2014Corruption overshadows China, Turkey, Italy, holding back development
  87. 02/12/2014South Stream pullout by Russia hits eastern Europe hardest
  88. 01/12/2014EU looks east as Tusk takes top job
  89. 25/11/2014Pope Francis slams ‘haggard’ EU
  90. 24/11/2014Pope set to focus on social issues in address to MEPs
  91. 19/11/2014Jerusalem ‘extremist Jews’ triggered more violence says expert
  92. 14/11/2014G20 eyes tax crackdown
  93. 07/11/2014Christians flee ISIL menace to Kurdistan, perhaps permanent exiles
  94. 06/11/2014Luxembourg’s attractive company tax leaks tempt scandal
  95. 05/11/2014Obama: the rocky road ahead with a Republican Congress
  96. 04/11/2014Mexico ruined by corruption murders says missing students’ defender
  97. 31/10/2014Campaoré‘s 27 year hold on Burkina Fasso ends
  98. 30/10/2014Alaeddin Boroujerdi: US responsible for ISIL creation
  99. 28/10/2014Washington on Ukraine: ‘one big opportunity for serious reforms’
  100. 28/10/2014Prosecutor explains significance of anti-Mafia trial
  101. 27/10/2014Ukraine election: Yuriy Lutsenko tells euronews about coalition talks
  102. 27/10/2014Russian view on Ukrainian elections: ‘beware nationalism’
  103. 24/10/2014Ukraine elections likely to fuel tension between Kyiv and Moscow
  104. 23/10/2014EU – Ukraine: False expectations
  105. 23/10/2014Kharkiv ‘never had eastern-western conflicts’
  106. 22/10/2014Team Juncker set to take over EU helm
  107. 22/10/2014Kurdistan asks West to sustain, expand support to fight ISIL
  108. 14/10/2014No solution ‘in battle between Spanish and Catalan nationalism’
  109. 10/10/2014Eurozone growth fears dominate IMF annual gathering
  110. 09/10/2014Hong Kong protests ‘will not’ affect Beijing’s control much
  111. 08/10/2014Christians of Iraq backed strongly from France
  112. 07/10/2014Ebola fear in Spain, ‘health officials should quit’
  113. 02/10/2014Hong Kong: youths demand free voice in future
  114. 01/10/2014New NATO chief vows to defend Turkey
  115. 29/09/2014Catalonia pushes for change, Madrid pushes back
  116. 17/09/2014Is a divided Belgium looking towards Scotland for independence inspiration?
  117. 12/09/2014Doing business in Russia, despite the economic sanctions
  118. 10/09/2014Juncker seeks ‘political’ European Commission
  119. 04/09/2014Ebola ‘fast-track’ strategy under WHO scrutiny in Geneva
  120. 03/09/2014Russia and Ukraine at forefront of NATO minds at summit in Wales
  121. 01/09/2014Memories of Beslan a decade later
  122. 28/08/2014Where next for Erdogan’s ‘New Turkey’?
  123. 15/08/2014Iraq’s foreign minister warns Islamic State ‘out of control’
  124. 14/08/2014Bruised Kurds seek to reassert themselves over Islamic State in Iraq
  125. 11/08/2014Erdoğan’s election leaves questions unanswered for Turkey’s future
  126. 08/08/2014No candidates are likely to thwart Erdogan, says polling analyst
  127. 08/08/2014Ana Arabia: a cinematic appeal for peace in the Middle East
  128. 07/08/2014Turkey’s Erdogan woos expat voters
  129. 31/07/2014Argentina continues its default dance with the ‘vultures’
  130. 17/07/2014Mideast-US diplomacy may be tiring
  131. 16/07/2014Hamas believes ‘important political gains to be made’ by striking at Israel
  132. 15/07/2014MEPs pick Juncker as next Commission chief
  133. 10/07/2014The consequences and risks of the conflict between Gaza and Israel
  134. 10/07/2014Deal on the cards in Argentine debt dispute
  135. 07/07/2014Middle East: violence threatens to spiral out of control
  136. 03/07/2014Egypt, one year after Mursi’s removal, few signs of revolution
  137. 27/06/2014Round-up of reactions to signing of Partnership Agreements
  138. 26/06/2014Building a Ukraine of fundamental rights ‘best recipe for entire integration’
  139. 23/06/2014The dangers of extremism for Iraq and the wider world
  140. 19/06/2014Spain’s King Felipe sworn in pledging to set high moral example
  141. 18/06/2014Spanish royal insider: ‘new king and queen should get out in the street’
  142. 18/06/2014Spanish monarchy ‘would be well-served by moderation’
  143. 18/06/2014Iraq emergency raises real possibility of US-Iranian co-operation
  144. 11/06/2014Fall of Mosul ‘not completely innocent — it serves Maliki’
  145. 11/06/2014What’s behind Brazil’s street protests
  146. 10/06/2014EU job row rumbles on
  147. 06/06/2014D-Day: ‘We are all 70’
  148. 03/06/2014Syria’s Assad holds historic election; critics decry ‘blood poll’
  149. 02/06/2014Spain’s King Juan Carlos to abdicate, for better or for worse
  150. 28/05/2014EU Parliament-Council power struggle over Juncker ‘not bad’
  151. 20/05/2014Is Russia looking East as distance with West grows?
  152. 17/05/2014Portugal’s bailout is over, but not the austerity
  153. 14/05/2014Boko Haram: rebels with a cause, or simple gangsters?
  154. 29/04/2014Sanction strains grow in EU-US stance towards Russia over Ukraine
  155. 25/04/2014Portugal’s Carnation hope overpowered by austerity bitterness
  156. 18/04/2014Algeria: how long can re-elected ailing Bouteflika hold on?
  157. 15/04/2014Russia calls EU nations fearful of Russian attack ‘victims of own hysteria’
  158. 07/04/2014Hungarians re-elect powerful Orban
  159. 07/04/2014Rwandan reconciliation difficult 20 years on
  160. 03/04/2014Hungary turning eastward, ignoring EU standards ‘costly’
  161. 02/04/2014IPCC report: climate change ‘never as rapid as now’
  162. 01/04/2014Cost of living in Hungary, tight government, tight belts
  163. 31/03/2014French blues: conservatives win elections, far right gains, left lies bruised
  164. 31/03/2014Turkey: ‘voters didn’t vote to punish government over corruption allegations’
  165. 28/03/2014Turkish local elections: ‘What is at stake are fundamental rights and freedoms’
  166. 27/03/2014Stolen babies, stolen lives, Spanish justice served cold
  167. 26/03/2014Malaysian plane searchers ‘sure of nothing’
  168. 26/03/2014Transatlantic unity over Crimea crisis – but what about Europe’s military spending?
  169. 26/03/2014MH370 search depth, remoteness daunting
  170. 25/03/2014Restoring the trans-Atlantic relationship on Obama’s visit to Brussels