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A New Statesman Media Group special on the decoupling of America and China.
Under Obama, Biden spoke of transforming Sino-American relations with trade – but now he talks of “getting tough” on China.
Data analysis by the New Statesman shows that travel, university enrollment and book translation is in decline.
The musician on her fourth album April / 月音, being “the only mixed-race kid” in school, and why she’s happier “in the shadows” of the music industry.
As the global death toll passes one million, we should beware of focussing only upon the numbers.
How the rise and fall of a Chinese corporate giant turned the Czech Republic against Beijing.
A new commitment to carbon neutrality alters governments’ calculus for standing up to the superpower.
Once the pandemic is taken into account, goals such as the eradication of poverty will only be fulfilled by 2092.
If there are lessons to be learned from Eat the Buddha, Barbara Demick's compelling account of the subjugation of China’s borderlands, they are on the future of Hong Kong.
While the EU is fixated on avoiding economic retaliation during the Hong Kong crisis, the UK is joining the US in decoupling from China.
Xi Jinping's architecture of torture and oppression demands an engaged and principled position.