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The anti-corruption journalist Georgiy Gongadze was murdered two decades ago. Young Ukrainians must not give up his mission.
Ruling party candidates have swept to victory in almost every regional contest – but the opposition also demonstrated its potential.
While high-profile exiles can claim asylum with relative ease, the “Timothys” threatened by China's crackdown on dissent face a harder task.
Once the pandemic is taken into account, goals such as the eradication of poverty will only be fulfilled by 2092.
Even respectable French newspapers have published inflammatory articles about Islam and minorities.
The German model is a package deal, whose transmission to Britain would require a decades-long institutional overhaul.
A Pew Research Centre poll of 14 countries shows that nations hit hardest by Covid-19 are more likely to judge their governments' performance poorly.
The New Statesman’s World Review podcast with Jeremy Cliffe and Emily Tamkin.
The perception of warm relations between China and EU countries is increasingly at odds with reality.
Navalny has long been considered one of the bravest men in Russia, continuing his activism even in the face of chemical attacks.
Military intervention would turn most Belarusians against their larger neighbour – but the Kremlin could decide intervention to prop up its closest ally is worth the risk.