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From Putin to Trump: why political strongmen keep winning.
The humanitarian chief warns no nation will be able to protect itself from Covid-19 without helping poorer countries, too.
From Macron’s En Marche! to the Conservatives’ “Get Brexit Done”: how populists embraced the language of science and expertise.
Marin, who was the world’s youngest head of government when she entered office in December 2019 at the age of 34, wants to change expectations of politicians.
If Boris Johnson were to refuse another referendum, it would be harder to persuade Scottish voters that they are better served in the Union.
Non-college educated white voters helped secure the 2016 Republican win. Will they remain loyal?
Voters in the midwestern state are more aware, informed, energised and empowered than they were in 2016.
A New Statesman Media Group special on the decoupling of America and China.
The New Statesman's World Review podcast with Emily Tamkin and Jeremy Cliffe.
Under Obama, Biden spoke of transforming Sino-American relations with trade – but now he talks of “getting tough” on China.
By buying their way into academic, scientific and cultural institutions, the rich have quietly undermined democracy.