Mary Dejevsky

Europe

Feted abroad, dismissed at home: will Germans really miss Merkel?

In the grassroots, Merkel is far less well thought of

By Mary Dejevsky

Politics

Hurricane Ida exposes the dire state of American infrastructure

A disgrace to one of the richest countries in the world

By Mary Dejevsky

International

The real reason Biden let Kabul fall

Yet again it seems there is a gulf between the elite and the rest

By Mary Dejevsky

Russia

Biden and Putin have left Britain out in the cold

If the US and Russia are to improve their relations, will this force a reassessment in London?

By Mary Dejevsky

International

Is it time to end the G7 spouse circus?

Surely world leaders could just about navigate the couple of days demanded by the G7 summit solo?

By Mary Dejevsky

Russia

Could the Sputnik vaccine end Russia’s rift with the West?

Any deal would represent quite a turnaround for France and Germany

By Mary Dejevsky

Politics

No, the United States isn’t on the verge of civil war

The United States of the mid-to-late 1960s was a far more violent country than it is today

By Mary Dejevsky

Europe

Should the UK’s Russia report have relied on Christopher Steele?

Many months after he gave his evidence, there are reasons to cast fresh doubt on the veracity of his dossier

By Mary Dejevsky

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