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The country desperately needs reform – but still there is no coherent political alternative to the status quo.
A lack of agreement over new Covid-19 restrictions indicates a lack of trust in the nation’s government.
The irony of Georgian food is that it is almost unknown in the West, which the country looks to politically, but popular in Russia.
The people of the United States are weary of military intervention abroad; they want their leaders to start fighting for them.
The late Supreme Court Justice was not always progressive, but the US is unquestionably a more equal, equitable country than it would have been without her work.
How a rule intended to curb speculation about political leaders’ mental health has left many psychiatrists questioning their professional body.
The same nature documentaries that once took great pains to remove humans from the frame are now desperate to return us to the story.
New Statesman analysis suggests some countries with a higher GDP per capita have been allocated more international funding to fight the virus than poorer nations.
If the nominee is confirmed, five of the nine justices on the court will have been appointed by presidents who lost the popular vote.
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Democrats might hold off a Trump nominee for Ginsburg's Supreme Court seat until the election – but will struggle thereafter.
The political fight over Ginsburg’s replacement in the US Supreme Court will define a generation.