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Emily Tamkin is the New Statesman’s US editor.
She co-hosts our weekly global affairs podcast, World Review.
At his impeachment trial the former US president avoided conviction by ten votes.
From would-be-statesmen to sycophants, Republican hopefuls all bear the hallmarks of Trump’s legacy.
The Democratic politician helped change the game for her party in Georgia. But now Republicans in the state are trying to alter the electoral rules.
Biden shares Trump’s emphasis on supporting domestic manufacturing and his more combative stance toward China.
Rather than taking a stand on the congresswoman’s incendiary and racist statements, the Republicans have chosen to play party politics.
The Indian government has discovered it can shut off internet access, but not social media ire.
The US's Jewish community is debating whether the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance's working definition should be enforced as government policy.
With all but five Republican senators voting to scrap his second impeachment trial, the former president’s grip on the GOP is stronger than ever.
As well as beating Covid-19, the president’s task is to define the “unity” of which he spoke in his inaugural address.
The new US president has much more to do than can be achieved with a simple swipe of a pen.