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The New Statesman's coverage of the world's first pandemic Games since 1920.
Sonia Faleiro’s story of the deaths of Padma Shakya and Lalli Shakya sheds light on broader issues in contemporary India.
Jeremy Cliffe in Berlin and Emily Tamkin in Washington DC discuss the latest in global affairs on the World Review podcast
The daily Covid cases are now growing faster than at any point before – and the geographical make-up of those numbers is changing too.
For the West, pooling resources to ensure the Global South is vaccinated is not only a moral duty but an act of self-interest.
The US president has a significant geopolitical imperative for supporting India through its Covid-19 catastrophe.
The two countries know they need to work together, but will having a common enemy be enough?
India's fourth most-populous state goes to the polls for a verdict on local corruption, party politics and Hindu nationalism.
Klein’s new handbook-style account of the climate crisis is not only an attempt to help youth activists hone their voices, but a clarion call to her own generation.
Public approbation cannot, unlike a lover, be snared or pinned down. It is unreliable, fickle. It is a chimera.
Mass vaccination programmes are effective – but can risk siphoning resources away from routine care.