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With the Nigerian economy struggling and universities closed, allegations of human rights abuses by police have outraged the country’s young people.
Zdenek Hrib is part of a new wave of progressive mayors in central Europe campaigning for direct EU funding to fight cronyism and the climate crisis.
How an ultra-conservative mother of seven rose to become Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee.
The New Statesman's World Review podcast with Emily Tamkin and Ido Vock.
Though polling points to victory for Joe Biden and the Democrats, they must contend with some of the most extreme gerrymandering anywhere in the country.
Calls for the prime minister to resign have continued despite new Covid-19 restrictions on protests.
A long history of genocide and pogroms informs the response to the conflict with Azerbaijan.
In the wake of the pandemic, Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party is seeking to forge a more interventionist state.
The US has a long history of concealing poor presidential health, but not in the case of infectious diseases.
Why we should be both sympathetic and critical.
Women from China's Uighur minority reveal how the country's family planning policies, which have long controlled women’s bodies, have been weaponised against them.