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As coronavirus cases surge, Republicans have subtly shifted their rhetoric on vaccination. But is it too little, too late?
Republican efforts to restrict voting rights in the US revive the legacy of Jim Crow and imperil the future of the republic.
The New Statesman's coverage of the world's first pandemic Games since 1920.
A long history of US intervention in Latin America cannot be separated from the current crises.
The arrival of a “little” Statue of Liberty in Washington, DC, is a chance for Philippe Étienne to muse on the French-US relationship.
US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen got G7 finance ministers on board last month. Can she do the same with her G20 counterparts?
Rather than pursuing culture wars, the US president has focused on greater economic justice and social solidarity.
The former police officer’s victory in the Democratic primary sets the stage for a battle between progressive and moderate party factions.
The terror group holds nearly twice as much territory as it did two months ago, and it could overpower Ghani’s government within six months of US forces departing.
The only woman on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee speaks to the New Statesman about Nato, US-UK relations, and her trip to Georgia and Ukraine.
The US president can prioritise bipartisan cooperation or the climate crisis but not both.