Inside the battle for a new American foreign policy

Graham Stewart meets the historian and biographer who is as familiar with today’s leaders as with the great figures of the past

Friedrich von Hayek became “Hayek”, a cardboard cut-out representation.

The money is bad, the hours long and the white wine copious and cheap

Michael Prodger takes a look at the artists who paint politics

A confident new Germany has consigned division to history

A pro-Assad, anti-war presidential candidate unsettles her Democratic rivals

The resurgent Spanish left wants to exhume the former dictator’s remains and even outlaw any favourable mention of his legacy

The Old Vic’s abolition of women’s toilets is an outrage

Abused as a criminal and fined £20,000 by the regulator, a hero of Brexit has been vindicated