Politics 19 February 2009 Miliband and more A round-up of some of the highlights from this week's New Statesman... Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML Don't miss Jason Cowley's in depth interview with Foreign Secretary David Miliband. Caricatured as über-Blairite and reviled by some of those close to the Prime Minister for the leadership challenge that never was, is he destined for the top job? Michael Harvey meanwhile ponders the changes in British foreign policy post-Blair. We've got Zoe Williams on how Michelle Obama flummoxed the press. Jonathan Derbyshire profiles Philip Blond whose 'Red Tory' thesis is seen as a grave threat to Labour. And economist Irwin Stelzer predicts how the new capitalism will operate post-squeeze. Fatima Bhutto berates the rulers of Pakistan who want so much to keep America happy while John Pilger reveals how Hollywood censors by omission. Plus Ian Irvine talks high culture with John Adams, and Daniel Trilling reviews Iain Sinclair's new book - Hackney: That Rose-Red Empire › Faith and moral priority Ben Davies trained as a journalist after taking most of the 1990s off. Prior to joining the New Statesman he spent five years working as a politics reporter for the BBC News website. He lives in North London. Subscribe from just £1 per issue More Related articles Why are people reliant on welfare support in favour of curbing benefits? How it feels when your research is used to justify disability benefit cuts General election 2017: Why don't voters get more angry about public spending cuts?