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Baerbock embodies the once-fringe party's emergence as a force capable of conquering the German political centre.
Jeremy Cliffe in Berlin and Emily Tamkin in Washington DC are joined by Jessie Lau on the World Review podcast.
After two decades of American presence in Afghanistan, the Taliban is resurgent.
Playing sports behind closed doors undermines the crucial role of supporters in shaping their club’s identity.
Around half of those surveyed said they would feel unsafe taking either of the jabs, according to new polling for the New Statesman.
The failure to vaccinate much of the world and the danger posed by new mutations will continue to depress growth.
The New Statesman is tracking the latest Covid-19 data on cases, hospitalisations and vaccinations
Across the world, thousands of binational couples and families separated by international coronavirus travel restrictions long to be reunited.
The David Cameron lobbying scandal is just one example of the revolving door in Westminster between private capital and public office.
Bernie Madoff, the man behind the most devastating financial fraud in history, has died. Willard Foxton reflects on how white-collar crime brought tragedy to his family.
We know that outdoor transmission is essentially non-existent, so why are images of people distancing in beer gardens met with sneering online?