Crime

In Venezuela, socialism’s gruesome legacy is no academic question

It’s enough to make you go postal

A good novel as detective story, and the detective story as a good novel

The feminist fix: we need a statutory inquiry into police misogyny and misconduct

There’s nothing gender-neutral about murder

Spare us the spectacle of incredible claims to reform criminal drug-users by showering them with more public sector love

It was Schrödinger’s party: it happened, except it didn’t

A vast global market in stolen and forged art and artefacts has only grown in the context of the pandemic, but technology and international policing may be catching up

The chancellor’s budget fails to take the side of ordinary people

Adam LeBor on two TV series that are set in border regions, that feature engaging female characters and that are beautifully filmed