Europe

Why don’t we just charge the unvaccinated more?

Dohnanyi is as multicultural as they come — he must be due a comeback

Is Europe losing its interesting edges as temperatures climb year by year?

The coronavirus pandemic has birthed a new historically-specific group: the lockdown refugees

Olivia Hartley and Dr Arabella Byrne talk about Napoleon’s legacy and why the French love anniversaries

The President of Poland celebrates 230 years of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth’s Constitution of 3 May 1791

The European Union’s increasingly open hostility towards Britain has deep historical roots, says Nigel Jones

Is it right that Britain should be forced to extradite the political agitators of other EU states?

Marking the European Day of the Righteous, the Polish Ambassador to the UK says that public debate on the Holocaust must remember the praiseworthy acts of righteous people

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