Two years ago this month, Islamic State slaughtered thousands of Yazidis in northern Iraq. What happened to those who made it to Europe?
My generation should be asking questions, debating and searching for truth. Instead, resentful people watch the military parade and re-runs of the Soviet war films.
They number 50,000 and they live in dirt and mud in the middle of Europe.
Jean-Baptiste André Godin was born the poor son of a locksmith. By 1870, he had created an industrial commune in a small town – one of history’s most successful and enduring socialist utopian communities.
As the prospect of Brexit looms, the Eurovision song contest can tell us a lot about our place in Europe.
Anti-Semitism is resurgent. Where did this poison come from – and is there an antidote?
For many arguing that the UK should remain in the EU, the first and foremost claim is that it is a force for peace.
Splits in the Turkish government could play into the Brexiteers' hands.
Writing from Stockholm, the New Statesman’s editor observes how mass immigration has tested the old Scandinavian model of welfare capitalism.
Are we too complacent in thinking that the toxic brew of paranoia and populism that brought Hitler to power will never be repeated?
Let’s not weep for a US trade deal.
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