A Front National rally attracts former socialists with manicured beards, and a lesbian couple.
New statues and memorabilia are appearing, as Russians overlook the terror to hark back to a perceived era of order and national safety.
At that time we did talk about the occupation of Ireland. Now we have to pretend we didn’t and it’s all the jolly UK and thank you, England for the peace process.
Dr Khalid Al-Attiyah responds to allegations that the Gulf states have not taken their fair share of Syrian refugees.
Rhetoric about "good" and "bad" migrants is making us lose our empathy for people who are desperate to find a better, safer life.
In many ways, the “Britain Out” campaign will sound a lot like an SNP tribute band - or a Corbyn one.
A deal to relocate refugees across the EU has been forced through against the wishes of four eastern European states.
Laurie Penny reports from a refugee centre in Berlin.
Anna Grodzka discusses the future of the euro, the Polish left, and her autobiography describing her gender transition.
Antonia Costa's socialists face an unpalatable choice: grand coalition with the right, or cohabitation with die-hard communists on the left.
In the wake of the re-election of Alexis Tsipras, Thomas Piketty answers questions on what happens next.
Across the political spectrum, the New Statesman introduces you to the personalities who shape our world. Where else would you find Jeremy Corbyn, Tony Blair and Theresa May in the same place?