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How a movement of people who hear voices is reshaping our understanding of mental illness – and consciousness itself.
As neoliberalism collapses, national elites around the world are reviving mythical visions of empire.
The New Statesman is tracking the latest Covid-19 data on cases and vaccinations
As Germany's leader prepares to step down, the past five years of polling show a country willing to consider political change.
An alleged attempt to forcibly repatriate the Belarusian sprinter Krystina Timanovskaya suggests sport is still far from free of politics.
Who will succeed Angela Merkel as German chancellor?
How have the numbers changed since 2017?
Which coalitions are possible?
Experts warn coronavirus risks becoming a “two-track pandemic”.
The race to replace Angela Merkel as chancellor may look like a predictable affair, but there are five reasons why this election could be more volatile than it seems
Thousands of square miles of rainforest have been destroyed for the purposes of city expansion or to the benefit of the logging industry.
Why geopolitics no longer operates under a common set of rules.
The journalist and broadcaster discusses his new book How to Stop Fascism and explains why the far right is resurging in the UK and across the world.