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For the first time in the history of economics, economists are able to monetise their own theoretical innovations.
A deadlock between a Democrat presidency and a Republican Senate would leave the country’s profound failings unaddressed.
In a new era of permanent crisis, we should embrace Universal Basic Income and short-time working.
The fantasy of neoliberalism’s demise may be pleasurable for some but it lives on in the scrum of interests and institutions.
The humanitarian chief warns no nation will be able to protect itself from Covid-19 without helping poorer countries, too.
A New Statesman Media Group special on the decoupling of America and China.
Data analysis by the New Statesman shows that travel, university enrollment and book translation is in decline.
Both principles and pragmatism are at play in the region ahead of the presidential contest.
In the wake of the pandemic, Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party is seeking to forge a more interventionist state.
How the rise and fall of a Chinese corporate giant turned the Czech Republic against Beijing.
The latest bout of fighting over the disputed territory has the potential to draw in outside actors, such as Turkey.