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18 January 2021

The New Statesman’s World Review newsletter goes twice-weekly

Our international editor introduces the new Monday edition.

By Jeremy Cliffe

With over 20,000 sign-ups from around the globe so far, the New Statesman’s World Review newsletter has had strong growth since its launch last April. In light of this appetite for expansive, big-picture coverage of world news, we are pleased to announce the introduction of a new, second weekly edition. Written by our Berlin-based international correspondent Ido Vock, it will go out on Monday mornings (UK time) and preview the week ahead in world affairs – helping readers to know what to expect and what to make of it.

This will complement the existing Friday edition, in which our Washington-based US editor Emily Tamkin and I reflect on the week and put its events in context. Both editions will continue to bring together the best of the New Statesman’s growing offering of international columns, reporting, interviews and podcasts.

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