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Where will neoliberalism end?

LONG READ As the world was overtaken by upheaval last year, one photo emerging from the uprisings depicts a protestor bearing a promise: “Neoliberalism was...

How China could solve its Hong Kong problem

The way university management handled the #FeesMustFall demonstrations offers some lessons for the Beijing administration

Five pivotal moments behind Brexit chaos

Britains's decision to leave the EU three years ago has become a study in political chaos that few could have predicted then

A tale of two countries in uncertain days

It is the best of times, the worst of times, but also the most dangerous of times for South Africa and Britain

Brexit drama faces parliament judgment day

May huddled with EU leaders in Strasbourg in a bid to salvage the vision of Brexit she set out after coming to power nearly three years ago

UK’s May says she is ‘armed with fresh’ Brexit mandate

EU officials have insisted that the deal is not open for renegotiation

UK PM May reaches out to rivals after winning confidence vote

Theresa May conceded the divorce terms she struck with the EU had been roundly rejected, but vowed to work to find an alternative

Brexit deal vote: UK Parliament’s feuding factions

Parliament is to finally vote on Tuesday on whether to support or vote against the agreement

UK steps up no-deal Brexit plans with 3 500 soldiers on standby

May's cabinet is divided between ministers who want the government to embrace a no-deal outcome and those who favour parliament having a final say

UK opposition launches parliamentary confidence manoeuvre against PM May

​British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn on Monday tabled a non-binding no-confidence vote in Prime Minister Theresa May

UK’s May takes Brexit deal to cabinet as MPs revolt

After months of talks, May announced late Tuesday that negotiators had struck a draft agreement on the terms of Britain's withdrawal from the EU

‘Love Corbyn, hate Brexit’: Labour faces Brexit split

​Britain's main opposition Labour Party is bracing for a tumultuous debate on the toxic issue of Brexit at its annual conference

Netanyahu praises Israeli army after killings of 17 Palestinians

Dozens more were wounded in the second day of Gaza protests as condemnation over Israeli military's use of live fire grows

Britain’s Labour Party and the ANC: why the stark contrast of fortunes?

Britain's Labour Party is anticipating the making of a new social revolution but the ANC is in disarray with no moral compass or credible leadership

Why Corbyn’s meteoric rise is good for Africa

Britain’s Labour leader represents ‘a new kind of politics’ of the left that holds electoral appeal

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