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Stephen Pollard is The Critic’s Turf correspondent
Great passages of play evoke great music
Liberal Britain’s new blasphemy laws
What lessons does Russia’s invasion of Ukraine have for the study of geopolitics?
This history of resistance in the Second World War is as moving as it is comprehensive
A new exhibition revels in the intricacies and drama of architectural drawings — and the ruins of buildings they leave behind
Labor’s Anthony Albanese might have a chance
Kenneth Clark has been unfairly accused of elitism; he wanted to democratise the glories of Western art and make it available to all
On the material culture of the book
The war in Ukraine shows tragic parallels to the earlier conflict
It’s wrong to cite the Ukraine conflict as the principal cause of soaring prices
How did Europe’s wealthiest state come to finance the greatest tyrant of the 21st Century?
Novara’s analysis of Gen Z “sex negativity” overlooks the obvious