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Anger, it can seem, is everywhere. It spreads faster than ever. It is viral, but unlike coronavirus cannot be socially distanced into abeyance.
The world's eyes are on Israel, as governments overeager to reopen risk repeating earlier mistakes.
Foreign governments no longer consider the US a reliable ally, even without Donald Trump.
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The former FBI director on why it would be a mistake for the Biden administration to prosecute Donald Trump.
Our international editor introduces the new Monday edition.
The moderate Rhinelander is now front-runner to succeed Angela Merkel as chancellor.
The New Statesman's World Review podcast with Jeremy Cliffe and Emily Tamkin.
Britain should not allow economic interests to distract from the need to hold China accountable for its crimes.
Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and other key progressives will chair powerful Senate committees.
How the candidates racing to lead the CDU could shape Germany's unusally competitive federal election campaign.