New Statesman
Breivik has not been given a platform
By Steven Baxter - 23 April 10:54

Television has exposed the mass murderer for who he really is.

New Statesman
Hollande takes the first round in France
By George Eaton - 22 April 19:19

Exit polls put Socialist candidate ahead of Sarkozy as support for Le Pen surges.

New Statesman
Inside the Breivik trial
By Mark Lewis - 20 April 14:11

The prosecution has deconstructed Breivik’s elaborate fantasies.

New Statesman
Leader: From believing in absurdities to committing atrocities
By New Statesman - 18 April 17:03

The most shocking thing about Breivik is how many people agree with his opinions.

A very social democrat
François Hollande: a very social democrat
By Denis MacShane - 18 April 15:05

A victory for the French Socialist candidate would be of historic significance.

The philosopher Herbert Marcuse
Who are Breivik’s fellow travellers?
By Daniel Trilling - 18 April 14:59

It would have been a lot neater, and no doubt a lot more comforting, if Anders Behring Breivik had been declared too insane to stand trial.

New Statesman
The Swedish minister and the "racist cake"
By Alice Gribbin - 17 April 17:47

Black face, genital mutilation: the grossest cake of all time?

New Statesman
Anders Breivik pleads not guilty to Norway massacre
By Samira Shackle - 16 April 15:33

The right-wing extremist admits killing 77 people but claims it was self-defence.

New Statesman
French presidential election: runners and riders
By George Eaton - 16 April 13:43

Your guide to the candidates in today's French election.

New Statesman
Can François Hollande begin a centre-left revival?
By Ben Fox - 06 April 11:51

The French presidential election will show whether the European left is bouncing back or in possibly

Don’t frighten the children
By Daniel Trilling - 30 March 12:38

From Sarkozy and Marine Le Pen to François Hollande, politicians scrambled to look as if they weren’

Muslim worshippers in Paris
France: a country at war with itself
By Andrew Hussey - 30 March 10:53

In the poor outer suburbs of France's major cities, a generation's alienation has erupted into viole

Gunman suspected of school shooting beseiged by French police
By Daniel Jacobius Morgan - 21 March 12:27

Suspect had fought with Taliban in Afghanistan

Four killed in attack on Jewish school in Toulouse
By NS staff writer - 19 March 12:39

Three children and a teacher dead after gunman opens fire on school, before escaping on a motorbike.

Why does Latvia still honour the Waffen-SS?
By Denis MacShane - 16 March 16:55

No EU member state should be honouring members of the biggest Jew-killing machine in world history.

Still no justice for Megrahi
By John Ashton - 15 March 11:13

The killing of 270 people on 21 December 1988, when a bomb destroyed the New York-bound Pan Am Flight 103 over the Scottish town of Lockerbie, was Britain's worst mass murder.

Chart of the day: Sarkozy's comeback
By George Eaton - 13 March 15:24

The French president is now leading François Hollande in the first round.

Will Le Pen miss the ballot?
By George Eaton - 09 March 13:10

Sarkozy courts the far-right vote as Le Pen struggles to qualify for the election.

Putin’s choice, mocking Jesus and picking Blackpool over the Oscars
By Evgeny Lebedev - 07 March 9:56

What do I think of the Sun on Sunday? It doesn't make me think.

The European Parliament's hand-out to the far-right
By Denis MacShane - 05 March 17:25

The decision to award money to anti-semitic parties shows where the EU is going wrong.

Despite Putin, change is underway in Russia
By James Rodgers - 05 March 12:54

Demonstrations can no longer be broken up with a few whacks.

My dinner with Putin
By Richard Sakwa - 05 March 7:28

Putin expressed exasperation with the west and repeated the slights, hurts and pains of the past dec

Putin vs Russia
One man versus the people
By Oliver Bullough - 05 March 7:24

Vladimir Putin has stifled dissent throughout his political life. But as he prepares for another pre

The NS Interview: Sergei Polonsky, businessman
By Sophie Elmhirst - 05 March 0:00

“Next time, I’ll bet on something more edible than my tie”

Julian Assange and Europe's Last Dictator
By Kapil Komireddi - 01 March 15:11

The former WikiLeaks chief will moderate a public discussion about Belarus, despite damaging the cau

What Ed Miliband can learn from across the Channel
By Jon Trickett - 01 March 8:08

Hollande is not afraid to take on reactionary, right-wing austerity and challenge the status quo.

Does Cameron's Hollande snub matter?
By George Eaton - 29 February 11:41

A meeting between the PM and the French Socialist was in neither man's interests.

Chart of the day: a divided Union
By George Eaton - 24 February 15:22

EU members feel increasingly unrepresented by their club.

The NS Profile: François Hollande
By Denis MacShane - 23 February 11:54

The French Socialist presidential candidate was once the invisible man of French politics, overshado

Cameron is Sarkozy's friend in need
By Rafael Behr - 22 February 15:20

The Prime Minister really doesn't want a Socialist to win in France and he's not afraid to show it.