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The strength of the Democrat's voter coalition lay in its breadth.
Amid a worsening coronavirus pandemic, the ruling party has a new target: LGBT Hungarians.
The country’s dramatic youth-led protests are dividing generations, families and the nation.
How a deepening conflict threatens to tear the country apart.
A resurgence of progressive politics in America's former industrial heartlands is unlikely any time soon.
Three factors played a part: preconceptions, policy and polls.
The pro-democracy activist on Beijing’s latest crackdown and how foreign powers should respond.
The New Statesman's World Review podcast with Emily Tamkin and Ido Vock.
By refusing to acknowledge the results of a free and fair election, the US president and his party are performing a high-wire act.
New Statesman analysis shows Donald Trump failed to win in key states where Joe Biden outspent him on social media.
What must happen next – and when – in order for the outgoing US president to submit to defeat?