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How should America deal with a newly aggressive and expansionist Beijing?
The city punishes those who accept the reality of biological sex and the material implications of existing in a female-sexed body
How the paternal gorgon finally attracts our empathy, waging a last intellectual battle
Just like Brexit, the BBC’s mishandling of Jess Brammar will hasten their demise
How did a violent male manage to sneak into a female space?
Ecclesiastical textiles, Regency architecture and relief carvings: welcome to The Critic’s new address
Debt-ridden universities are demonstrating consistently poor prioritisation in decision-making
The unlikely supporter of tough immigration choices
Few writers do justice to food, but the exceptions are glorious, says Felipe Fernández-Armesto
Graham Stewart and Jeremy Black on how the British military has been shaped over the last two hundred years
The Magic Box is Rob Young’s impassioned, occasionally impenetrable, psycho-history of the TV of his youth