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Joe Biden must confront China's human rights violations while also promoting climate diplomacy.
Our international editor indentifies important global trends in the year ahead – and makes some predictions.
The New Statesman's US editor sets out five priorities for governments and citizens in 2021.
Why the “Paris Effect” gives cause for optimism on tackling the climate crisis.
The emissions of the wealthiest have continued to rise, leaving the poor to bear the brunt of decarbonising.
Russia’s warming climate has left it unmoored of its cultural foundations.
The UK will still miss its 2050 net-zero emissions target under the government’s new climate programme.
Boris Johnson’s past remarks, like his party’s record on climate change, have left a legacy of delay, obstruction and hot air.
A new exhibition at the British Museum reveals the power – and the precariousness – of the Arctic.
Without the participation of the federal US government, achieving the Paris agreement’s goal is near inconceivable.
The humanitarian chief warns no nation will be able to protect itself from Covid-19 without helping poorer countries, too.