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Why, despite being at the height of her powers, the chancellor will probably not seek a fifth term. And I say goodbye to Berlin for the first time in months.
The New Statesman's creative editor selects images from photographers across the globe.
20 April 1935: The author Stephen Potter visits Italy and sees first hand the Mussolini effect.
Chastened by its early defeats and the rise of populism, the progressive coalition has turned inwards.
As in Hungary, the pandemic could be exploited by the ruling party for a new power grab.
The former Greek finance minister on Boris Johnson’s recklessness, Keir Starmer, and why he believes the UK should now pursue a no-deal Brexit.
Currently, ITV is broadcasting Euro 96 Relived. Here American photographer Lou Siroy, shares his unique take on the colour and atmosphere he witnessed during the memorable tournament.
Dictatorships in eastern Europe have struggled to respond to the pandemic in contrast to their democratic rivals.
Cafes are reopening and the Bundesliga will soon return, but anxiety lingers over infection numbers.
Central Europe’s liberal, pluralist, and cosmopolitan side deserves to prevail.
Coronavirus has unleashed the latest round of doom-mongering.