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The euphoria surrounding the president’s first 100 days is gone – Americans now want to see Biden deliver on his promises.
After runs for the Tory leadership and mayor of London, the former cabinet minister is criss-crossing continents – teaching at Yale, rebuilding in Jordan. Could he have been a great pandemic PM?
After wildfires devastate California and commuters drown in China, it is obvious to me that Extinction Rebellion is right.
Twenty years after the US invaded Afghanistan, the Taliban seems stronger than it has ever been and its leaders are emboldened. Mission accomplished?
As coronavirus cases surge, Republicans have subtly shifted their rhetoric on vaccination. But is it too little, too late?
Republican efforts to restrict voting rights in the US revive the legacy of Jim Crow and imperil the future of the republic.
The New Statesman's coverage of the world's first pandemic Games since 1920.
Devastating wildfires are reshaping California, a state that has always been both a wild frontier and a bastion of progress.
A long history of US intervention in Latin America cannot be separated from the current crises.
The arrival of a “little” Statue of Liberty in Washington, DC, is a chance for Philippe Étienne to muse on the French-US relationship.
Westerners should have no illusions about the blame the Cuban government bears for the country’s poverty and lack of democracy