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Acts of courage in the age of Covid-19.
The humanitarian chief warns no nation will be able to protect itself from Covid-19 without helping poorer countries, too.
Around the world, coronavirus has revealed profound flaws in our politics. Will we do any better in the next crisis?
In the UK, Covid-19 has interacted with pre-existing medical and social ills to lethal effect. We cannot cure our ills by simply importing a model from abroad.
Though Boris Johnson has warned the development of a vaccine can’t be taken for granted, there is still cause for optimism.
Data analysis by the New Statesman shows that travel, university enrollment and book translation is in decline.
With the Nigerian economy struggling and universities closed, allegations of human rights abuses by police have outraged the country’s young people.
New figures reveal Britain could soon be among the worst-hit European states once again.
In the wake of the pandemic, Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party is seeking to forge a more interventionist state.
The US has a long history of concealing poor presidential health, but not in the case of infectious diseases.
Polling on Boris Johnson in the UK and Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil shows that public opinion shifts toward neutrality, but not endearment.