War, conflict, bloodshed, upheaval or: how we got to Great Britain
It wasn’t just hate. Fascism offered robust social welfare
When nations apologise
In defence of hierarchy
Stephen C Angle, Kwame Anthony Appiah, Julian Baggini and others
The last hollow laugh
There’s a Green Card-holder at the heart of Greek philosophy
David V Johnson
Why bureaucrats matter in the fight to preserve the rule of law
The power thinker
Simone de Beauvoir’s political philosophy resonates today
Skye C Cleary
The new authoritarians
What is global history now?
Fire, hatred and speed!
Christians were strangers
Sovereignty can be bought and sold like a commodity
How 60 ambiguous words gave the United States’ president unprecedented war power
Why rape cases should not be subject to reasonable doubt
Christopher Wareham & James Vos
What would Leibniz say about the schisms in Europe today?
Maria Rosa Antognazza
From the king’s touch to the princess’ hug: on magical royalty
Many mistrust banks, but why you mistrust banks says a lot
What would 2,000 miles of a US-Mexico border fence actually look like?
Why historians would make bad policy advisers
A rare glimpse into the world of North Korea’s classical musicians
Crimes of the future
What happens when a country has its first true democratic election?
In a highly indebted world, austerity is a permanent state of affairs
The Soviet InterNyet