Jonn Elledge edits the New Statesman's sister site CityMetric, and writes for the NS about subjects including politics, history and Daniel Hannan. You can find him on Twitter or Facebook.
The president-elect's lack of shame will make it a lot harder to hold him to account.
Out in the Rust Belt, I didn't know the people I was meeting would shortly hand Trump the presidency. Britain has a lot to learn from the fact they did.
With a US that's no longer sold on international trade or NATO, we could see the end of western hegemony.
It is historic; it is a big deal.
The Democrat leanings of affluent New England are part of a broader trend. It's as if, in the UK, Buckinghamshire and Surrey were to vote Labour, while the northeast and Wales went Tory.
Something is missing, and I want it back.
The Queen of the Deplorables and the guy with the trucks.
Oh good, more emails.
The naming of the dead.
No country has ever left the EU before, so there's no map for where we're going.
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