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Otto English considers whether the early years of the Prime Minister's top advisor explain his disruptive career and ultimate motives.
Following the US President's attack on Iran, the Shi’a suicide bomber – a human weapon that first emerged in the Middle-East in Iran – could resurface again
Jonathan Fenton-Harvey argues that Iran will avoid direct action against the US, but will now be unconstrained in proxy wars.
Sarah Hurst reports on Putin's increasingly desperate attempts to suppress dissent in Russia, where nothing is what it seems.