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Mary Dejevsky

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Mary Dejevsky is an Independent columnist on foreign affairs, having previously been the title’s foreign correspondent in Moscow, Paris and Washington. She has written about the collapse of communism from inside Moscow, the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the Iraq War and is a key authority on Russian politics, and on diplomatic relations between the Kremlin and the west.
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Mary Dejevsky It’s time for a National Care Service to honour our care workers

The NHS may be getting all it asks for, but it has taken almost two months for the plight of the fragmented care services and the care homes to command attention at all, writes Mary Dejevsky

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Mary Dejevsky Why we shouldn’t put the NHS on a pedestal

The more praise that is heaped on it, writes Mary Dejevsky, the less reason the government will have to reform and properly fund this dysfunctional institution

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Mary Dejevsky The coronavirus shows China may not conquer the world after all

The nation may be advancing in economic terms, but in the realm of public health there is much popular discontent

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Mary Dejevsky The idea of an all-powerful Putin after stepping down is questionable

Maybe the theory of a power-hungry leader is correct. But it is not the only explanation that would be compatible with his proposed amendments to the constitution

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