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  • The World Today

    Spain: What has Britain to moan about?

    Jose Ignacio-Torreblanca on why Spain thinks the UK already has a good deal

    Jose Ignacio-Torreblanca is head of the Madrid office and Senior Policy Fellow at the European Council of Foreign Relations 

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    Reading List: Elections

    WT Staff

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    What the neighbours think in the Netherlands, Hungary & Greece

    Concerns about EU dinosaurs in the Netherlands, an increasing Russian influence in Eastern Europe and the repercussions for Greece of Brexit

    Adriaan Schout, Adam LeBor and Thanos Dokos

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    Hemal Trivedi and Mohammed Naqvi

    The directors of the documentary film ‘Among the Believers’ discuss a five-year project to capture the divisions in Pakistani society through education
    Alan Philps
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    Debate: Is Norway the way ahead?

    It’s the EU outsider everyone says has all the advantages. Daniel Hannan argues that a Britain freed from the shackles of the EU could get a far better deal

    Daniel Hannan is Conservative MEP for South East England and author of Why Vote Leave (Head of Zeus)

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    The EU dream is slipping away

    Of Europe’s many problems, one of the clearest is its geography: no clear border in the east, easily navigable inland sea to the south and multiple offshore islands.
    Alan Philps
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    Debate: Is Norway the way ahead?

    It’s the EU outsider everyone says has all the advantages. Kristin Clemet argues that her country still has to pay but has no say when it comes to crucial decisions

    Kristin Clemet is a former minister of education and research in the Norwegian government and director of Civita, a liberal policy institute

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    Mohamed Nasheed

    The first freely elected president of the Maldives tells Alan Philps about a life of political activism that has led him from jail to high office and back to jail
    Alan Philps
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    The Pope and the Russian Patriarch

    A historic meeting between the heads of the Roman Catholic and Russian Orthodox can be interpreted in many ways, says Konstantin von Eggert

    Konstantin von Eggert is a Russian journalist

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    Russia returns to a Middle East it never really left

    Sykes and Picot have taken the blame but actually it was a Russian who drew the map of the Middle East, writes Sean McMeekin

    Sean McMeekin is Professor of History at Bard College and author of The Ottoman Endgame: War, Revolution, and the Making of the Modern Middle East, 1908 – 1923

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