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Jeremy Cliffe is International Editor of the New Statesman.
With Donald Trump claiming to have won the US election even before all the votes had been counted, an extraordinary contest has left the republic more divided than ever.
Two different visions are on the ballot paper: four more years of Trump’s unilateralism versus Biden’s multilateralist agenda.
Without the participation of the federal US government, achieving the Paris agreement’s goal is near inconceivable.
If he triumphs in the election on 3 November, Biden’s approach could come as a rude awakening for some Europeans.
A New Statesman Media Group special on the decoupling of America and China.
In her second term, the iconic leader must put her popularity at the service of bold domestic reform.
Even if Joe Biden does triumph on 3 November, this should not be mistaken for a restoration of some temporarily disrupted order.
The international media has often given the nationalist-nativist AfD too much credit and almost never too little.
The full transition from the Bonn Republic to the Berlin Republic will take decades longer.
As the global death toll passes one million, we should beware of focussing only upon the numbers.