At least in its current, extreme interpretation, the Williams Thesis is almost certainly false

Sanghera really should have devoted more attention to the pre-Western history in Empireworld

Should the Church of England regret the promotion of Christianity?

The universal and the particular sit awkwardly in this Cardiff exhibition

The unsound architecture of the Edwardian Baroque

Visiting the site of a long-forgotten siege in the Hindu Kush

It’s not cricket; it’s the murky world of identity

Colonialism: A Moral Reckoning offers the first serious counterblast against the hysterical orthodoxy

Proponents of repatriation of the remarkable sculptures have shown scant regard to Nigeria’s endemic corruption and the fate of bronzes already sent back to Africa

A quietly devastating rebuttal to the cruder anti-imperialist critiques of our superficially revolutionary times