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The genetic data around human difference is inconclusive – but that does not stop right-wing thinkers using it to excuse profound social inequalities
The new US president has had a prolific first day in office.
New Statesman data analysis shows that the new president also put an unprecedented focus on public health and unity.
The New Statesman is tracking the latest UK Covid-19 data using a series of key measures.
To what extent should the rest of the world see China’s environmental achievements as distinct from its human rights violations?
Britain currently has the worst death rate in the world but the number of new cases each day appears to be falling.
World leaders responded warmly as the new US president declared that democracy had prevailed.
The Tories gained nothing from their four-year love-in with Donald Trump – and now they are suffering the consequences.
Saudi Arabia unveils its half-trillion-dollar plan for a new linear utopia. But is the idea anything new?
To understand Navalny’s significance, and his arrest, we must consider two big shifts in Russia: the suppression of its economy and internet usage.
To understand why a person might become a foot soldier in a violent political movement, we must look not only at their ideology, but also at their domestic circumstances.