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From Putin to Trump: why political strongmen keep winning.
A new Chinese digital currency could help the country forge an alternative to the US-led global financial system.
The historian and author of Twilight of Democracy on the meaning of the US election result and whether the age of progress is over.
The New Statesman's World Review podcast with Emily Tamkin and Ido Vock.
Covid-19 could be the catalyst that forces us to construct governments that will lift hundreds of millions of people out of destitution.
A vote on the measure in January could see the government defeated.
A court ruling has sparked demonstrations against the natalist policies of Europe's right-wing populists and raised questions about who makes Poland's laws.
As Boris Johnson announced an extra £16bn for the Ministry of Defence, the potential costs of modern combat to our democracy have never been higher.
The creation of the Scottish parliament precipitated the collapse of more radical forms of territorial dissent, while failing to address the problems driving them.
The strength of the Democrat's voter coalition lay in its breadth.
Free speech and the culture wars.