A teenage gunman murdered nine people in Munich on Friday night.
Following the events in Paris, the New Statesman asked eight of our regular illustrators to memorialise those murdered at Charlie Hebdo.
Calls to reprint the images leave editors with a difficult choice.
Jihadis increasingly favour less sophisticated attacks on western soil. The danger to Britain is real and significant.
How the Labour party is moving in the right direction by trying to rebuild relations with our European allies.
Pro-Europeans should speak up.
Our cartoonist Tom Humberstone reflects on the Charlie Hebdo shooting and subsequent debates.
Michel Houellebecq’s novel imagining his country under Islamic rule featured on the cover of Charlie Hebdo. But it’s not the satire you’d expect.
Shadow chancellor uses his own US trip to warn that Washington is asking "Why is David Cameron proposing to take such big risks with Britain's economic future?"
Mina Moiseevna Yuditskaya, Putin's former German teacher, recounts her experiences with the most powerful man in Russia.
To overreact to what happened in Paris – to indulge in grandiose declarations about wars between civilisations or to turn Britain into a surveillance state – would further encourage the terrorists to believe that they are winning. They are not.
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