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As Dominic Raab visits Washington to allay concerns about the Internal Market Bill, he will see quite how deep a stake the US has in the Irish peace process.
Boris Johnson’s bad faith negotiating tactics have backfired in Europe and are driving support for Scottish independence.
How much South Africa uses its leverage over its neighbour could prove crucial to the stability of the region.
One of the few certainties of our time is that digital platforms will continue to thrive. The only question is quite how far their logic will penetrate our lives.
The perception of warm relations between China and EU countries is increasingly at odds with reality.
The New Statesman’s World Review podcast with Jeremy Cliffe and Emily Tamkin.
Why the spirit of détente that has characterised President Alexander Lukashenko’s relations with the West is over.
Britain has now recorded the largest fall in GDP of any major country as well as the highest excess death rate in Europe.
As coronavirus shakes Europe, the fates of leaders across the continent hang in the balance.
As France's 2022 presidential race looms, can the self-styled "Jupiter" hold his voters on the left?
Analysts say Prime Minister Morawiecki’s latest evasion of the 2050 net-zero goal is no real victory for Warsaw.