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Emily Tamkin is the New Statesman’s US editor.
She co-hosts our weekly global affairs podcast, World Review.
The lead house impeachment manager on the psychological toll of the Capitol attack and cynicism as a right wing strategy.
Washington and Brussels are preparing for a closer working relationship. But is there more that divides than unites them when it comes to Big Tech?
While energy and the climate crisis remain hyper-politicised fronts of the culture war, urgent action seems improbable.
From Rwanda to Myanmar, this week has shown how justice can be wielded for power as well as truth.
Through his insults and disregard for the truth, the late US talk show host created the blueprint for Trump’s presidency.
How mass power outages have left millions in Texas questioning state leadership.
American censure of foreign human rights abuses felt especially hollow under Donald Trump, but the US’s moral authority was weakened long before the 2016 election.
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.