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February 18, 2022

War games

Amid bleak western intelligence briefi ngs, fading diplomatic hopes and an exodus of foreign nationals from Kyiv, one key question has remained unanswered up to now: exactly how far is Vladimir Putin ready to go to achieve his goals?

War games

10+ mins

How a new generation of educated girls defied the Taliban

When the Taliban reached Parveen Tokhi’s home province of Zabul in mid-August and asked to use her school as a temporary barracks, the headteacher was frightened but clear about what she had to do.

How a new generation of educated girls defied the Taliban

6 mins

Pécresse makes anti-immigrant play to fend off far right

The rightwing French presi-dential candidate Valérie Pécresse vowed to crack down on immigration as she held her first big rally last Sunday amid competition from the growing far right and defections from her party to the centrist leader Emmanuel Macron.

Pécresse makes anti-immigrant play to fend off far right

4 mins

Forced out The demise of the Met's ‘tin-eared' trailblazer

Five years ago, the announce-ment that Cressida Dick would be the first female head of Britain’s biggest force seemed a landmark moment for policing and the nation.

Forced out The demise of the Met's ‘tin-eared' trailblazer

3 mins

Fragile states Why do military coups keep happening?

Weak institutions and jihadism are factors behind the frequent overthrow of governments in the region

Fragile states Why do military coups keep happening?

3 mins

Can Bitcoin Go Green?

A giant Norwegian crypto-mining operation is recycling its waste heat, pushing back against criticism of the famously energy-intensive industry

Can Bitcoin Go Green?

5 mins

‘Open door' Could Sarah Palin make a return to politics?

Removing a white facemask as she took to the witness stand behind a protective screen, Sarah Palin likened herself to the biblical David taking on the mighty Goliath of American media, the New York Times.

‘Open door' Could Sarah Palin make a return to politics?

3 mins

Nudge Theory

How gambling-firms keep punters coming back for more

Nudge Theory

10+ mins

Super fly

Cochabamba’s female skateboard collective ImillaSkate has adopted traditional Bolivian clothing as a symbol of resistance. The distinctive look is one way of celebrating their indigenous heritage

Super fly

4 mins

This Short-Sighted, Libertarian Dash For The Covid Exit Is Reckless

It was an extraordinary way to end nearly two years of restrictions and lockdowns.

This Short-Sighted, Libertarian Dash For The Covid Exit Is Reckless

4 mins

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The Guardian Weekly Newspaper Description:

PublisherGuardian News & Media

CategoryNewspaper

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyWeekly

The Guardian Weekly is an international English-language news magazine based in London, UK. It is one of the world's oldest international news publications and has readers in more than 170 countries.

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