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Jeremy Cliffe is International Editor of the New Statesman.
The Hong Kong security law speaks of a power whose main problem is loneliness.
Why, despite being at the height of her powers, the chancellor will probably not seek a fifth term. And I say goodbye to Berlin for the first time in months.
Geopolitics guru Ian Bremmer offers an optimistic scenario for the coming years.
Chastened by its early defeats and the rise of populism, the progressive coalition has turned inwards.
Cafes are reopening and the Bundesliga will soon return, but anxiety lingers over infection numbers.
The US and China are not merely failing to provide global leadership, they are obstructing the cause of multilateralism.
Central Europe’s liberal, pluralist, and cosmopolitan side deserves to prevail.
How coronavirus is accelerating the emergence of a new geopolitical formation.
Coronavirus has unleashed the latest round of doom-mongering.
Even after coronavirus has been beaten, the oil price may never fully recover.