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The New Statesman's coverage of the world's first pandemic Games since 1920.
As South Africa experiences fresh violence, the Archbishop’s life is a reminder of the human capacity for solidarity and political action.
A first-hand account from one of the few migrant rescue boats still in operation in the Mediterranean reveals the extent of suffering and neglect.
From Ethiopia to Ukraine to India, the fight for control over water management systems is sparking conflict.
For President Cyril Ramaphosa – Zuma’s successor – the violence and looting is a clear challenge to his struggle to uphold the rule of law.
In 28 African countries, the number of new Covid cases recorded each day has more than doubled since 15 May.
The prime minister's lustre has disappeared under the shadow of a war in the northern region of Tigray.
Have we really stooped so low that laughing at the animals we’ve driven to near-extinction is justifiable entertainment?
Daniel Ngamije discusses his country’s human rights record, the Covax scheme and why the G7 should back vaccine patent waivers.
Most countries in the Global South could meet their energy needs with less than 0.1 per cent solar panel coverage.
Waiving patents will not alone vaccinate developing nations – but the financial and moral incentives for doing so are huge.