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Saudi Arabia unveils its half-trillion-dollar plan for a new linear utopia. But is the idea anything new?
The world's eyes are on Israel, as governments overeager to reopen risk repeating earlier mistakes.
The Egyptian government seems more interested in suppressing negative coverage and maintaining the illusion of control than tackling the country's healthcare crisis.
Across the world, once-respectable conservative politicians are enabling extremist voices.
In the case of Donald Trump’s post-election assault on democracy, I wish I’d been less prescient.
From Brazil to Belarus, the Covid-19 pandemic intensified political trends around the world.
Unequal vaccine distribution and stimulus support are creating a “walled garden” for the rich world.
The New Statesman's World Review podcast with Jeremy Cliffe and Emily Tamkin.
The journalist’s death is part of a wider escalation in the Iranian regime’s disregard for international law.
How a death that sparked an uprising has come to represent ambiguous feelings about change.
In a region awash with conflict, American and Iranian interests are likely to continue to clash.