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Emily Tamkin is the New Statesman’s US editor.
She co-hosts our weekly global affairs podcast, World Review.
After two decades of American presence in Afghanistan, the Taliban is resurgent.
The US president says America's military presence in the country has run its course.
For decades, the Democrats have accepted the right’s critique of “big government”. Biden’s spending plans could finally change that.
A new book by the son of the US president is powerful on the personal – but weak on politics.
How US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen's ambitious proposals could reshape globalisation for the better.
The prize-winning writer shares her thoughts on India, nationalism, literature and politics.
Additional security in the wake of the Capitol storming on 6 January has received criticism from across the political spectrum.
India's fourth most-populous state goes to the polls for a verdict on local corruption, party politics and Hindu nationalism.
Is it finally Infrastructure Week in the US?
How a new investigation into a 1951 spy trial exposed long-running injustices committed in the name of US security.