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Could western democracies learn from the Chinese political model?
We value expertise and time served in almost every walk of life, except politics, writes Gavin Esler
The US constitutional 'right to bear arms' is contextual. Any other reading is an excuse for inaction
Fear leads to many Americans demanding guns, but demand for guns also increases fear, writes Gavin Esler
Too many politicians favour abuse over facts, rancour over rigour
Sudden shifts in policy can be positive, but when rhetoric turns to ignorance, we need to fight back, writes Gavin Esler
Would you trust a world leader to babysit your children?
It's a flippant question, but there are increasing concerns about the competencies of our politicians, writes Gavin Esler
Kim Jong-un's great gamble and the one per cent doctrine
Dick Cheney's doctrine is not much talked about in Washington these days, but the calculations behind it have not changed, writes Gavin Esler
Philanthropy is the bright side of the hardship coin
Stories of givers and doers – the quiet heroes of our uncertain world – remain our inspiring silver lining.
Stirring trouble abroad to cover up domestic crises won't help Trump
Still, you can play with the monkey, but you must never pull its tail
Whingeing Britain needs to stop moaning and start developing a Brexit strategy
Theresa May's government should desist from sloganeering over Brexit, writes Gavin Esler, and it should start talking strategy
Why the world needs more leadership that's made in Germany
With Europe mired in crisis, it needs Angela Merkel now more than ever, writes Gavin Esler
Twitter trolls and our depressing age of unenlightenment
Gavin Esler identifies five surefire ways to spot a Twitter troll and why you should always question the experts