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Emily Tamkin is the New Statesman’s US editor.
She co-hosts our weekly global affairs podcast, World Review.
One hundred years after the residents of a thriving black community in Oklahoma were massacred by their white neighbours, we need to offer more than regret.
America's leaders promised justice. They still haven't delivered.
Differences between the party leadership and its progressive flank are growing ever more prominent.
As mandatory mask-wearing and dining restrictions are lifted, Americans’ wildly divergent experiences of the pandemic will be exposed.
The US adminsitration has dispatched an envoy to the embattled region, but the future for civilians remains unclear.
Even now, Republicans flock to the former president’s Mar-a-Lago resort as though their re-election hopes depend on it.
The former UK prime minister has a warning for US progressives.
Former presidential hopeful Andrew Yang is leading an energetic campaign ahead of next month’s Democratic primaries as progressives trail behind.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author on Italy, immigration and why she thinks identity is a trap.
Despite pouring resources into the state and staging mass rallies during a pandemic, Narendra Modi’s party was comfortably defeated.