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Nick Burns is a contributing writer at the New Statesman.
The city is returning to its pre-pandemic rhythm – but the new mayor will be governing a changed city.
Who among today’s literary figures has any chance of being recognised as a thinker on par with a Dostoevsky or a Marx?
With the former president now eligible to contest the 2022 election, the Brazilian left finally has cause for hope.
After years in the wilderness under Donald Trump, the deficit-hawk strand on the US right has yet to reassert itself.
Americans on both sides of the cultural divide are content with the twin risks of the coronavirus era: death and boredom.
A renewed surge in coronavirus deaths is fuelling calls for impeachment in Latin America’s largest nation.
The US president-elect will need more than “good character” and expert advisers to lead successfully.
What will American conservatism look like after Trump?
How gerontocracy rules in the age of decline.
Rick Perlstein's Reaganland charts the conservative counter-revolution that moved the US to the right.