Mary Dejevsky

One of the country’s most respected commentators on Russia, the EU and the US, Mary Dejevsky has worked as a foreign correspondent all over the world, including Washington, Paris and Moscow. She is now the chief editorial writer and a columnist at The Independent and regularly appears on radio and television. She is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Buckingham.

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A wheelchair user

This debate is much bigger than just wheelchairs v buggies

Disabled lifts are lifts on the cheap: they send a message that disabled people are different

Some assume that a frozen conflict – to be switched on and off at Moscow’s behest – is the Kremlin’s preferred outcome for the region

Ukraine analysis: Russia may prefer an extended 'frozen conflict' but freezing conditions loom for all

Some assume that a frozen conflict – to be switched on and off at Moscow’s behest – is the Kremlin’s preferred outcome for the region

David Cameron and Vladimir Putin shake hands at the G20 in Brisbane

The key to Putin is not fearing his power but understanding his weakness

The Russian leader's supposed strength must be met with strength

The Uber app allows passengers to hail a taxi with a smartphone

Who wouldn’t like a sharing economy? Well, me, for one

The spread of digital everything has propelled sharing to a whole new level

David Cameron and Vladimir Putin shake hands at the G20 in Brisbane

The West loves to talk tough on Putin... with the cameras rolling

The difficulty is that both sides have painted themselves into corners

Fifa president Sepp Blatter at the launch of the 2018 World Cup logo

If we're going to cry foul over Fifa, then we should at least hold our banks to the same standard

If politicians are so affronted by Fifa's latest report then why aren't they doing anything about our crooked banks?

A voter casts a ballot at a polling station in Virginia

Nobody cared about the midterms — Where did all the British US-election nerds go?

There was a time when American politics seemed 'perfect', but now it's all gridlock

An Ebola sign placed infront of a home in West Point slum area of Monrovia, Liberia

The Ebola crisis is becoming an impossible situation

Political problems, quarantine questions, undeveloped vaccines that may not stem the tide: the global Ebola response is a mess

East Berlin, just 2 days before the Berlin Wall came down

Fall of the Berlin Wall: Goodbye to all that - the lost world beyond the Iron Curtain

Germans who bemoan the failures of reunification might do better to remember how bad it actually was - and reflect on how far the country has come

Simon Stevens, NHS England chief executive

To improve the NHS, it must stop being a political issue

Our NHS is stuck in 20th century, but new boss Simon Stevens may have what it takes to make it modern

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It helps a winner keep on winning
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Isis are barbarians

but the Caliphate is an ancient Muslim ideal
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The science of swearing

What lies behind the use of four-letter words?
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The Real Stories of Migrant Britain

Clive fled from Zimbabwe - now it won’t have him back
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Africa on the menu

Three foodie friends want to popularise dishes from the hot new continent
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