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Running battles

After 14 years as Bolivia’s president, Evo Morales was forced to resign last November. Now exiled in Argentina, he is rallying supporters and seeking his party’s return to power.

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Power to the people

The recent protests in and around Beirut have dramatically altered the fabric of the city – but the more sustained change is in the mindset of the citizens.

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Diplomacy

Wolfang Ischinger on why we should talk to adversaries, a small-country play for the UN security Council and why Japan is opening an embassy in Kosovo.

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Politics

Norway’s young environment minister, US election endorsements and why the UAE is looking to Mars.

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Defence

Why navies are using more drones, Japan’s controversial border force and Australia’s anti-ship missiles.

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Cities

Delhi's grand avenue gets a makeover and Helsinki’s new chief design officer reveals her plans.

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Balance of power

As foreign goverments and corporations circle Senegal’s newfound energy resources, its stable and progressive capital, Dakar, is learning how to best channel its influence and growth.

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Out with the old

A nation once known for being at the cultural avant garde is reasserting its revolutionary status.

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Leading lights

An unlikely coalition government has put Austria on a new path. And even with an illustrious history to maintain, it is moving with the times.

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Politics

Austria's new "super ministry", a pledge to protect the Arctic and a newly oil-rich nation holds elections.

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Diplomacy

Austria's UK ambassador on life after Brexit, rubbish diplomacy in Canada and Libya's intractable conflict explained.

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Defence

A multi-ethnic memorial in Slovenia, India's new navy and Singapore's growing air force.

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Cities

Croatia's Kvarner Bay in the limelight, Buenos Aires' mayor stands his ground and China's cities experiment with recycling.

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Power points

The mighty Habsburg empire helped to shape the cities, sights and stories of much of present-day Europe. We map four cross-continental sites where its impact has been felt most keenly, from the splendour of its Iberian…

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Empire strikes back

Georg von Habsburg, son of the last crown prince of Austria-Hungary, still identifies as a Central European. And he believes that his family’s legacy is vital to the region.

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Flexible friends

Change is coming to Central Europe as liberal-leaning mayors challenge their more autocratic-minded national governments. And Budapest’s Gergely Karacsony is looking to Vienna for inspiration.

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Back in business

Despite the political challenges tainting its name in the West, Myanmar is making steady economic progress – thanks, partly, to new-found friends.

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Politics

Cyprus gets a boost from natural gas, Iran's election and unlikely animal mascots.

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Diplomacy

The power of personal relationships in peace talks and the relationship between the US and UK.

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Defence

The Chagos Islands, Canada's first female sergeant major and the UAE's arms industry.

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