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Progressive frustration with some of the president-elect’s appointments is premature, but the incoming administration must do more than avoid the worst excesses of the outgoing one.
From bust-ups over busts to diplomatic gaffes, analysis of US-UK relations too often focuses on hoo-hahs and passing frenzies.
A resurgence of progressive politics in America's former industrial heartlands is unlikely any time soon.
Three factors played a part: preconceptions, policy and polls.
The New Statesman's World Review podcast with Emily Tamkin and Ido Vock.
By refusing to acknowledge the results of a free and fair election, the US president and his party are performing a high-wire act.
New Statesman analysis shows Donald Trump failed to win in key states where Joe Biden outspent him on social media.
Professional purveyors of falsehoods are now among America’s trusted lawmakers.
The electoral battles of the future require a new left populism or a more formal alliance between liberalism and the left.
Donald Trump was a symptom rather than the cause of the nation’s discontents and the forces he has unlocked are here to stay.
Some in the party believe that the the creed should live on even as the high priest departs.