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Daily Archives: March 11, 2014
- If Russia gets away with its incursion into Ukraine, other governments may decide defying America is getting less risky, writes Gideon Rachman.
- Play at being president-for-a-day to get under the skin of South America’s leaders as regional problems expose a lack of unity.
- London has impressed itself upon the world as an imperial metropole, a financial hub, a destination for migrants – and now as a subject of moral panic.
- The father of the boy responsible for the Sandy Hook killings in the US searches for answers.
- Development experts stand accused of empowering dictators and trapping millions in poverty.
A few weeks ago, even Europeans were paying little attention to events in Ukraine. Now the whole world is watching. This is because the Russian incursion into Ukraine is widely seen as a direct challenge to the US-led world order. If President Vladimir Putin gets away with it then other governments, such as China and Iran, may decide defying America is getting less risky.