Cold War

No one can sensibly doubt that American primacy is much more agreeable to us than Chinese hegemony

The culture clash between East and West is complicated by interdependence

How should America deal with a newly aggressive and expansionist Beijing?

Professor Jeremy Black picks-over the evidence with Graham Stewart

Edward Lucas pays tribute to his father J.R. Lucas, Oxford philosopher and Cold War champion of the Czechs

David Pryce-Jones recalls a life of literary friendships and the defence of Western civilisation

As the the British Army presence in Germany came to an end, so did a way of life that engraved itself into the hearts of hundreds of thousands of Brits and Germans.

Jeremy Black explains the strange case of Edward Lucas

A confident new Germany has consigned division to history