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Saudi and Iran: how our two countries could make peace and bring stability to the Middle East  Recent speeches suggest there may be an appetite for closer relations, but it won't be easy. A Saudi and an Iranian explain.
Sajid Javid and the complex life of a Muslim Conservative leadership hopeful  Snubbed for a recent state dinner with Donal Trump, the home secretary walks a difficult line in a party struggling with the question of islamophobia.
What George Bush and the neocons can teach us about fighting climate change  Though they were against climate action, the neocons showed that diplomacy can successfully be ignored when facing a huge threat.
Mexico puts US to shame on climate action, but new president's pledge on oil industry is worrying  Mexico is a leader in climate change action in the developing world. But renewing its commitment to oil may stymie further...
Demise of Totnes pound won't stop this English town pushing back against austerity  Totnes shows how a small, rural town can build community resilience at a time when local budgets are under strain.
Jon Stewart: journey from satirist to political advocate is no laughing matter  Jon Stewart insists he is just a comedian, but his comic barbs have always had a political edge.
Rory Stewart: who is he and does he really stand a chance against Boris Johnson?  Rory Stewarts unconventional style has landed him in the second round of the Conservative leadership election – but he spins like a classic...
Academic Freedom: universities must take a stance or risk becoming complicit with Chinese government interference  There is growing concern that China is trying to use universities to silence its critics in the West.
The rise and fall of Philip Green's Arcadia Group  The success – and failure – of brands like Topshop and Burton has been in lockstep with the high street.
Ebola outbreaks may be more common than we think  Many cases of Ebola are missed entirely. Affected countries need to invest in primary healthcare and detection to nip outbreaks in the bud.
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