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Ido Vock is international correspondent at the New Statesman.
Amid a worsening coronavirus pandemic, the ruling party has a new target: LGBT Hungarians.
How a deepening conflict threatens to tear the country apart.
The controversial peace deal underscores Turkey’s new role in Russia’s traditional backyard.
An animal-based mutation of the virus highlights the worrying links between intensive farming and epidemics.
With Trump’s departure, European populists will lose the most visible champion of their worldview. But some may be relieved.
The president has responded to electoral defeat by displaying the same incompetence that has defined his time in office.
The Republican candidate has continued a long-running losing trend – but expanded the party's minority vote.
Both presidential campaigns are trying to frame the narrative to their advantage.
Unlike its larger European neighbours, Austria does not have a recent history of terrorist shootings.
The American constitution was not designed for a candidate who refuses to concede defeat.