Europe

Why has the history of Poland, what was a large country, an important economy and an interesting polity, been marginalised by historians?

Jeremy Black discusses with Graham Stewart France’s historical inheritance

Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about French reforms and continuities from Georges Pompidou to Francois Hollande.

How has Italy’s Giuseppe Conte defied the odds and become a consequential political figure in his own right?

Why are the international super-rich insufficiently grateful to the British?

Drug cartels and the underground economy fear legalisation and deregulation

A TOSCCA conversation on potential catastrophe in the Caucasus

Greece survived the world’s worst post-2008 economic crisis and the heaviest refugee burden without yielding to far-right populism. Why?

What options are open for the PM as Brexit negotiations continue to languish?

Despite Covid-19 rates spiking, it was a dormant virus that caught the author out as he tried to venture through Spain