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The economist talks Louisa May Alcott, Elizabeth Warren, and Gloria Steinem.
The complex challenges and opportunities we face cannot hope to be met by just one party or political tradition.
Britain assumed that economic liberalisation would lead to political liberalisation in China. This was a delusion.
A special issue of the New Statesman offers a comprehensive and forensic examination of the UK’s response to Covid-19.
India Bourke and Ido Vock will be central to the expansion of our global affairs coverage.
In France, Germany, Poland, Georgia and New Zealand, the British government’s handling of the pandemic is viewed as a cautionary tale.