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Magazine

New Statesman magazine

The great moving left show

How the pandemic is transforming our politics, by Andrew Marr. Plus: David Reynolds on the Dunkirk delusion, Jess Phillips on her family lockdown, and Lyndsey Stonebridge on the meaning and value of work in the age of Covid-19

WORLD

Letter from Myanmar: what comes after militant Buddhism?

The rise of Buddhist nationalism has led to some of the worst inter-faith violence the country has ever seen. But some monks are leading the charge against the most intolerant preachers.

UK

Culture

Infected by ideas

For writers from Daniel Defoe to Susan Sontag, plagues offer a window on to a rapidly changing world.

MEDIA, TECH AND DIGITAL CULTURE

What the pandemic tells us about personal identity

We have become more used to seeing others through screens and software, but we are embodied beings and digital communication can feel lacking. What effect will this have on us? 

How biased algorithms perpetuate inequality

Artificial intelligence is used to assist decision-making in healthcare, HR and criminal sentencing, but in many cases the technology is flawed.