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Jeremy Cliffe is International Editor of the New Statesman.
He co-hosts the weekly global affairs podcast, World Review.
Berlin is buzzing with potential coalitions, but after a damaging year the CDU might benefit from a period in opposition.
Post-pandemic China is roaring back, but its new proposals on environment and Hong Kong should concern the West.
Will the Covid-19 crisis fuel populism, or extinguish it?
We should not be reluctant to criticise the EU. Calling out the failures of the project is the best way to bolster it.
Hopes that the Amazon city of Manaus had achieved herd immunity have been dashed.
Why a book on the twilight of the Habsburg empire is being read again in a time of pandemic, closed borders and empty European cities.
To understand Navalny’s significance, and his arrest, we must consider two big shifts in Russia: declining economic strength and rising internet usage.
Domestically and internationally, the incoming president faces almost unprecedented challenges.
Our international editor introduces the new Monday edition.
The moderate Rhinelander is now front-runner to succeed Angela Merkel as chancellor.