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James Snell reports on the deployment of British Troops in Mali as a part of the UN’s mission to counter jihadist groups
French interventionism in Mali has fostered little stability
Biden’s Machiavellian moment
By “othering” officers like Wayne Couzens, the Met absolves itself of all culpability and responsibility
Why are publishers so sniffy about stocking fillers?
This is a starkly different interpretation on the proliferation of written constitutions and rams it home with cogency and panache
What are we supposed to fight for in the Pacific? Is it for Australia or for the sake of US pre-eminence?
Richard Ingrams’ “roughing up” of G. K. Chesterton begs the question: who is creating a smokescreen around whom?
Croatia’s war runs like a dark thread through the excellent series ‘The Paper’
Rooney has now run into greater controversy than simple literary taste
The future of conducting is looking bright — everywhere except in Russia and America
Baroness Meacher’s Assisted Dying Bill offers no real safeguards for the most vulnerable patients