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Refugee rights campaigners have expressed concern that the Government’s New Plan for Immigration lacks clarity on the future of the resettlement scheme, reports Sian Norris
China’s attacks on its critics are the actions of a superpower gone rogue, says CJ Werleman
Hungary's authoritarian Prime Minister will meet Johnson at Downing Street – but what will the pair find to talk about? Sian Norris sums up the controversies surrounding Viktor Orbán
A scheme sending young volunteers on charity projects abroad is on the brink of disappearing for good, thanks to Government aid cuts, Natasha Livingstone reports
Oleksandra Matviychuk paints a troubling picture of a Russian tactic designed to undermine democratic rule in eastern Ukraine
Nikola Mikovic reports on how the West's reaction to a new wave of suppression in Belarus could drive it closer to Putin and the Kremlin
A member of the UK’s House of Lords and a duchess linked to the British Royal Family will attend the launch of Ordo Iuris’ new university later this week