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A farmer’s case against energy company RWE could shatter precedent on climate-related litigation
The collapse of the yen piles pressure on the central bank to change course after decades of loose monetary policy
A predicted economic boom from American companies relocating closer to home has not arrived. Many blame the president
Western governments put on a show of unity this week as they confront Russia. But leaders face growing pressure back home
After three stormy years, Xi Jinping hails a ‘new era’ for the city. It is likely to be less international and closer to mainland China
An FT investigation tracks the vessels exporting food from Crimea in ways that sidestep international sanctions
Once a byword for economic decline, the region is being transformed into the centre of Europe’s electric car industry
The new buzzword for Chinese people sick of being locked down is ‘runxue’: the study of leaving the country completely
Trailing in the polls, the president is having to appeal to voters beyond his base — and is seeding the idea of electoral fraud
The televised hearings have been called ‘Watergate for a streaming age’ and pressure is building to prosecute the former president
His ratings were already poor ahead of the midterms. Now the Fed is raising rates and the risk of a recession is increasing
How a clash of cultures — and geostrategic interests — sank a German-Chinese joint venture competing in the new space race
Private equity groups are increasingly buying companies that they already own. But critics point to conflicts of interest within these deals that allow managers to reap great financial rewards
As economists start to quantify the damage from leaving the EU, a tentative debate has begun over how to soften the blow
The company’s botched response to the state’s controversial ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill enraged allies across the political spectrum
In the US and Europe, policymakers are beginning to accept that dealing with rising prices will not be painless
The legislative elections that end on Sunday have been dominated by three individuals. What does this mean for the country’s stability?
The president’s trip to Riyadh next month is a remarkable U-turn that was sparked by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
The German company is ploughing Covid vaccine profits into oncology but its technology is still largely unproven
What role does the organisation have in an era of fracturing multinational alliances and fears of deglobalisation?
The pipeline for IPOs increasingly reflects technological competition with the west and the heavy influence of the state
As passenger numbers pick up, staffing problems at airports have caused chaos across the US and Europe
Can America’s biggest oil supplier grant energy security to the US without derailing its climate commitments?
Xi Jinping’s ambitions and the modernisation of China’s military are prompting growing fears about an attempt to annex the island
As Conservative MPs debate the prime minister’s future, he faces a crucial by-election in rural Devon