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    Notebook: Justin Webb

    With America reining in its global ambitions, the future may belong to California's geeks

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    Justin Webb, a former BBC Washington Correspondent, is a presenter of Radio 4’s Today programme

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    London Conference: Maintaining legitimacy in a fast-changing world

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    5 Things: Assata Shakur

    The extraordinary life of one of America's most wanted terrorists

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    Propaganda: The Great War in America

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    Ukraine's fightback has surprised the Kremlin

    But the Kyiv government still has a mountain to climb

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    Jargonbuster: Gobbledygook for the discombobulated

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    Working hours: Sleeping on the job in South Korea

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    The debate: Is the US in decline? No

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    Bruce Jones is Director of the International Order and Strategy Project at the Brookings Institution, and author of Still Ours to Lead (Brookings)

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    GM seeds fall on stony ground in Africa

    The continent is being denied the fruits of the biotech revolution

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    Millions on the move

    Europe has emerged as one of the world’s two major destination regions for immigrants since the 1990s. Today, there are 49.9 million international migrants in the European Economic Area, just slightly less than 50 million in North America. Europe is clearly a continent on the move, but it is equally clear that many Europeans are ill at ease with this.

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    James Hampshire is Senior Lecturer in Politics, University of Sussex, and author of The Politics of Immigration: Contradictions of the Liberal State (Polity 2013)