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From Putin to Trump: why political strongmen keep winning.
The government just might apply the political logic of the triple lock pension to the UK’s underfunded social care system.
How Covid-19 is hastening the death of the British curry.
Ongoing protests in the far-flung city of Khabarovsk reveal the limits of Moscow's hold over the regions.
The frontrunner to become the new leader of the Scottish Conservatives will have to contend with a bouyant SNP and a country increasingly in favour of independence.
EU talks have raised further questions around the future of the country's civic freedoms.
In a global information society, the erosion of democracy takes place everywhere, at the same time.
The New Statesman’s World Review podcast with Jeremy Cliffe and Emily Tamkin.
As coronavirus shakes Europe, the fates of leaders across the continent hang in the balance.
As France's 2022 presidential race looms, can the self-styled "Jupiter" hold his voters on the left?
Analysts say Prime Minister Morawiecki’s latest evasion of the 2050 net-zero goal is no real victory for Warsaw.