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Ido Vock is international correspondent at the New Statesman.
He co-hosts our weekly global affairs podcast, World Review.
The US president is betting that democracy can outlast and outcompete autocracy, whether Chinese or Russian.
The Biden administration views Russia as a declining power. China is now the US’s real global rival.
What recent comments by the French president reveal about the future of the transatlantic relationship.
Daniel Ngamije discusses his country’s human rights record, the Covax scheme and why the G7 should back vaccine patent waivers.
Democratic backsliding in the South Caucasian country has become a source of worry for Western allies.
If the Israeli prime minister is ousted, it will not be because the country voted left but because he fractured the right.
But the Kremlin may be growing weary of its ally's erratic behaviour, following the hijacking of the plane carrying a dissident journalist.
The editor-in-chief of the exiled media outlet speaks to the New Statesman about the response to the Ryanair plane hijack and the arrest of his former colleague Roman Protasevich.
After a decade of civil war, Syria has been plunged into economic crisis. But the Assad regime’s failings are unlikely to be punished at the ballot box.
The arrest of dissident journalist Roman Protasevich by Alexander Lukashenko’s regime has sparked outrage across Europe.