Liberalism

Ten years on from Hitchens’s death, the past seems more foreign than ever

Validating everyone’s wishes leaves us prone to outbreaks of self-indulgence

The liberal left’s excuses mask the real culprit behind terror attacks

Afghanistan is where ideologies go to die

We should thank religious nuts for most of the liberal rights we take for granted

Ardern’s career is a foretaste of a quieter and less frightening world in which workplace feminism has triumphed

d’Ancona is guilty of the same kind of arrogance and bad faith he identifies in other liberals

British politicians have turned down assisted suicide legislation several times before. They must do so again

More than 70 years into the human rights era, the world is no more peaceful or tolerant

Catholic catechism is one thing, but the beliefs of the more than a billion adherents are often something entirely different