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Emily Tamkin is the New Statesman’s US editor
EU talks have raised further questions around the future of the country's civic freedoms.
The US president's past relationship with his Chinese counterpart could come back to bite him.
The story of how the former Confederacy capital turned blue is one of demographic shifts, a Democratic political machine and Donald Trump.
It should worry not just Americans but also their international allies that the president’s relationship with intelligence agencies is bad and getting worse.
The battle for freedom of expression in the US reaches far beyond the nation’s newsrooms.
Because the US continues to fail to get to grips with the pandemic – with 60,000 new cases a day – life will remain on pause for longer than necessary.
After Netanyahu’s embrace of Trump and annexation, the case for change is gaining ground among US Jews.
The president is resorting to racism in the hope that his fervent supporters will savour it and the media will focus on it.
Ilhan Omar rejects the usual story of finding the American dream, and complicates the narrative surrounding her.
From a paralysed Congress to a growing number of conservative judges, legal experts are concerned about the US presidency’s expanding scope.