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A spike in migration to Lithuania illustrates the dangers posed to Europe by Alexander Lukashenko’s rogue regime.
The New Statesman's coverage of the world's first pandemic Games since 1920.
For decades, the West has ignored the significance of China's rise – but we must recognise that it will be instrumental in all our futures
A first-hand account from one of the few migrant rescue boats still in operation in the Mediterranean reveals the extent of suffering and neglect.
Many in the country see terrified LGBT Georgians and a dead journalist as having paid the price for the government’s failure to stand up to far-right groups.
A long history of US intervention in Latin America cannot be separated from the current crises.
The arrival of a “little” Statue of Liberty in Washington, DC, is a chance for Philippe Étienne to muse on the French-US relationship.
US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen got G7 finance ministers on board last month. Can she do the same with her G20 counterparts?
Events are once more pitting the the Middle East’s regional superpowers against each other. Civilians on both sides fear they will be the victims.
Downing Street claims civil liberties are at the top of its list of priorities for Global Britain. Is that really true?
The reopening in the pandemic is shedding light on the country's most endemic problem: corruption.