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Gal Gadot, the wonder woman wowing the box office

An unknown Israeli actor has taken the summer by storm but not without controversy

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A post-populist playbook for global capitalists

Why General Electric’s Jeff Immelt finds himself agreeing with Bernie Sanders

Look to Greece for lessons on how to negotiate Brexit

A transitional agreement would allow for smoother dialogue and provide more certainty

A family coup in Saudi Arabia

The change of crown prince adds political risk to the problems of the Aramco sale

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Brexit poll anniversary marked by fragile economy

The country is not in recession but living standards are down and voters are angry

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Goodwill must prevail on EU citizens’ rights

The UK government has to prove to Brussels it will not discriminate

Trump’s bark is worse than his bite in Latin America

South of the border, the president talks big and carries a small stick

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The origins of our present discontent

We must be ready to combat the myths and delusions of revolutionary populism

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One year on, how do we bridge the Brexit divide?

Peter Mandelson and John Redwood discuss the shape of an EU-UK deal

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Barclays reels from its costly Qatar cash call

Side deals struck with the gas-rich state in 2008 have put the bank and four former executives on trial

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