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16 February 2017
Racist Latin America?
In one of the most diverse regions in the world, with a long history of immigration, race and ethnicity still determine your chances in life.
09 February 2017
With the regime on the offensive and its opponents divided, has the Syrian revolution failed?
02 February 2017
The smiling coast: Fall of a dictator
How Yahya Jammeh, Gambia’s dictator for 22 years, met his peaceful downfall.
26 January 2017
Who can stop Donald Trump?
President Trump has a vision, but America remains divided.
19 January 2017
The Year of the Rooster
As America retreats, will China seize the global spotlight?
12 January 2017
Obama's foreign legacy
Were Obama’s dreams realised on the world stage?
05 January 2017
The Korean missile crisis
Pyongyang’s latest bout of nuclear posturing has placed its enemies on high alert.
22 December 2016
2017 Better or Worse
After a rollercoaster year, The World Weekly looks ahead to 2017 to see what there is to cheer or fear.
14 December 2016
Hackers, trolls and journalists: Are these the soldiers of a new Cold War?
06 December 2016
He came, he saw, he fell. The referendum that toppled Matteo Renzi.
30 November 2016
Park vs the people
South Korea’s president is clinging to power by a thread. Why have the people turned against Park Geun-hye?
24 November 2016
Can the EU survive the wave of anti-establishment populism sweeping the West?
Rethinking international news for
a world minded audience
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