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With the French opposition divided between at least four camps, next year’s election is the president’s to lose.
The US adminsitration has dispatched an envoy to the embattled region, but the future for civilians remains unclear.
The former prime minister's unshakeable faith in machines suggests a technocratic politics unfit for today's most pressing challenges.
The worst intercommunal clashes in years could mark the start of a new era of decentralised violence between Israelis and Palestinians.
Even now, Republicans flock to the former president’s Mar-a-Lago resort as though their re-election hopes depend on it.
Paris’s mayor has transformed the French capital with a fusion of social democracy and urban environmentalism. But can she take on Emmanuel Macron?
Constitutional deadlock has become a familiar state for Scotland, perhaps even the nation’s “settled will”.
Protracted political crises on both the Palestinian and Israeli sides have contributed to the instability.
Welcome to the New Statesman’s philosophy column.
In a world still beset by Covid-19, what use is an event billed as a symbol of recovery?
Waiving patents will not alone vaccinate developing nations – but the financial and moral incentives for doing so are huge.