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Boris Nemtsov’s murder, which has shocked Russia, is the result of the war that has been under way for the past year. TheGrigory Yavlinsky
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The coalition’s ambitions to promote the UK’s £60bn pharmaceutical sector as a high-growth industry have suffered a blowPeggy Hollinger and Andrew Ward
The economic equivalent of a ceasefire agreement is a debt rollover of an insolvent state. In Europe, we have had both inWolfgang Münchau
When circumstances change, defence policy should too. Yet British governments have a patchy record. For many years,Michael Graydon
Orange is considering a tie-up with Telecom Italia in a deal that would change the telecoms landscape in Europe and open theAdam Thomson in Paris
The largest party in Northern Ireland, the Democratic Unionists (DUP), will seek protection of the UK’s defence budget as aElizabeth Rigby, Deputy Political Editor
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