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The euphoria surrounding the president’s first 100 days is gone – Americans now want to see Biden deliver on his promises.
Use the New Statesman's trackers to monitor the state of the global effort to vaccinate the world against Covid-19.
A new series from the New Statesman focusing on the German Federal Election 2021. Who is in the running to be the next German chancellor?
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
Jeremy Cliffe in Berlin and Emily Tamkin in Washington, DC host the New Statesman's weekly global affairs podcast, World Review
Russia is technically banned from international sporting competitions after the state-sponsored doping scandal – but you wouldn’t know it.
After runs for the Tory leadership and mayor of London, the former cabinet minister is criss-crossing continents – teaching at Yale, rebuilding in Jordan. Could he have been a great pandemic PM?
What the Western world confronts is not the threatening advance of alien civilisations, but its own dark shadows moving through China and Russia.