A confidential matter: the letters of Richard Strauss and Stefan Zweig, 1931-1935

A post-pandemic surge in US asset prices has settled an old economics argument: boosting the money supply does lead to higher prices

John Self says that while writing has always been seen as a vocation, the characters many authors care most about are the ones printed on their royalty statements

In the wake of Trump, US conservatives must regain the moral high ground

Clive Aslet says the Barclay brothers were prescient when they built their grand private castle on Brecqhou. Today, true privacy is something only serious money can buy

Janine di Giovanni on the profoundly moving Oscar-nominated film that is teaching young Bosnian Serbs about the awful truth of the Srebrenica massacre

The worst offenders in the new climate of intolerance are our universities

Charles Saumarez Smith on the battle to safeguard the future of some of Britain’s oldest and best-known learned societies

How a panicking Cambridge institution obliterated the memory of one of its most famous sons

A cherished hub of post-colonial Indian life in London is under threat of closure