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Looking back at 2022

The international team reviews a turbulent year in world politics.

The New Statesman international team examine some of the most significant moments of 2022, from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to elections, including Viktor Orbán’s victory in Hungary, Jair Bolsonaro’s defeat in Brazil and the US midterms.

Emily Tamkin in Washington DC, and Jeremy Cliffe and Ido Vock in Berlin review their predictions for the past year – with Katie Stallard and Megan Gibson dialling in – and look at what they got wrong and right.

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Emily’s seven predictions for the world in 2022

Jeremy’s ten crucial questions about the world in 2022

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