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What recent comments by the French president reveal about the future of the transatlantic relationship.
A new Atlantic Charter can’t make up for the lack of seriousness with which the British government has approached foreign affairs.
The question isn’t whether Biden wants the US to be an ally of the UK and Europe but rather what that alliance means.
As the group's dominance of the global economy shrinks, is it time to reinvent its membership?
The new US president is currently the second most popular foreign politician among the British public.
A Western attempt to match China’s landmark infrastructure scheme lacks the funding and ambition of the original
Stephen Bush and Ailbhe Rea discuss the latest in UK politics on the New Statesman Podcast.
Boris Johnson’s drive to cut overseas spending puts him at odds with Joe Biden and every other major Western leader.
If the question is how do we extract more from the richest, corporation tax is not what you would prioritise.
The UK government is increasingly isolated on the global stage over its attitude towards the Northern Ireland protocol.
The US, China and Russia are engaged in a struggle over the character of a melting international order.