Andrew Stephen was appointed US Editor of the New Statesman in 2001, having been its Washington correspondent and weekly columnist since 1998. He is a regular contributor to BBC news programs and to The Sunday Times Magazine. He has also written for a variety of US newspapers including The New York Times Op-Ed pages. He came to the US in 1989 to be Washington Bureau Chief of The Observer and in 1992 was made Foreign Correspondent of the Year by the American Overseas Press Club for his coverage.

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29 April 2010
I have a routine most Sunday mornings. The bells from the church across the street start to ring at 7.50am, which is a...
UK Politics
23 April 2010
What the US thinks
International Politics
19 April 2010
Obama's court pick
26 March 2010
Yes, President Barack Obama's 2010 health-care reform bill was a real watershed for the US, I enthusiastically told the...
18 March 2010
President Cheney?
International Politics
11 March 2010
Obama's henchmen
04 March 2010
The 2012 race begins
18 February 2010
Clinton's next move
World Affairs
11 February 2010
04 February 2010
The real Salinger
28 January 2010
Obama cowed
International Politics
21 January 2010
The US backlash
14 January 2010
Why we should be scared
World Affairs
18 September 2008
The Democrats have finally chosen their woman. The stand-in for Sarah Palin who will tussle with Joe Biden in closed-...
International Politics
04 September 2008
Hurricanes Gustav and Hanna may have brought hell to the people of America's Gulf Coast, but they came like manna from...