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When Chinese influence fails

How the rise and fall of a Chinese corporate giant turned the Czech Republic against Beijing. 

Magazine

New Statesman magazine

Twilight of the Union

How the pandemic hastened the break-up of the United Kingdom, by Colin Kidd

Plus the New Statesman’s autumn books special, featuring Sue Prideaux on Wagner, Janice Turner on the Cameroons, Rowan Williams, Sophie McBain, and more

WORLD

The legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The late Supreme Court Justice was not always progressive, but the US is unquestionably a more equal, equitable country than it would have been without her work.

UK

Culture

The world according to Wagner

How the composer infiltrated every corner of culture, from Hollywood and literature to architecture and philosophy.

Kim Darroch and the art of the diplomat

Collateral Damage – Darroch’s warm and witty memoir of his time as the British ambassador in Donald Trump’s Washington – is a study in diplomatic tradecraft.

MEDIA, TECH AND DIGITAL CULTURE