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Beijing submits application just a day after Washington forms new military partnership
Two books look at the effects of the attacks and argue they turned the US into a martial state in perpetual conflict
Inability of Biden administration to confront Putin’s foreign aggression casts shadow on America’s ability to lead globally again
Former Chicago mayor will boost Washington’s alliance with Tokyo as China’s influence grows
The acclaimed documentary filmmaker discusses optimism in a pessimistic age, reasons to be cheerful and his own wishes for the future
It seems safe to predict that conflict will persist in the troubled country after US forces have left
Having survived Trump’s ‘maximum pressure’, hardliners seek to ram home their political advantage over reformist rivals
The US president must risk upsetting his own party to control migration
But Republicans and Democrats disagree about how to fund spending
Renegades: Born in the USA begins as two pals chewing the fat but gets deep very quickly
Fresh round of executive orders expected to push forward key agenda
Democrats worry the ‘snappy slogan’ could put voters off but it is driving necessary change
How 2020 is becoming ever more like an episode of the dystopian TV series Black Mirror.
Barack Obama’s prudence abroad is a good model for the president-elect
The former US president’s limpid memoir is a blast until he reaches the White House
Barack Obama learnt that politics was about conveying messages through emotion or rhetoric, rather than conducting public life as a seminar
Joe Biden is unlikely to bear a grudge against Boris Johnson, but the UK is losing its relevance
Donald Trump’s loss will deflate many autocrats outside the US, but it will not defeat them
Swings in foreign policy from president to president drain US power
A correction in stocks and higher yield bonds is increasingly probable
Former president says his successor ‘ignored’ the pandemic as Covid hospitalisations rise
The ad-hominem political attack designed to stir up anger or fear has become commonplace
A generation of young, conservative federal judges could block laws from a future Democratic Congress
A rush to replace the late justice would damage the Supreme Court
Two books quash any last hopes critics of the US president have of a secret ally