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From Putin to Trump: why political strongmen keep winning.
Lebanon’s government has resigned in the wake of the explosion, as years of mismanagement have upended lives and homes.
If the Chancellor takes the credit for economic successes he must also take the blame for future failures.
The real challenge for the opposition will be how Lukashenko's government responds to continued unrest.
The New Statesman’s World Review podcast with Emily Tamkin and Ido Vock.
The EU's concern with its own stability during Covid-19 has come at the expense of its focus on the wider world.
That citizens continue to take on more and more doesn't mean they should have to.
A primer on German politics as it approaches an epochal transition.
The opposition's wooing of Moscow may have sealed the fate of Europe’s "last dictator”.
Nuclear weapons are treated, like pandemics, as an abstract political debate until they become a very different reality.
How competition between nations could undermine the fight to eradicate Covid-19.