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Natascha Engel reviews How Innovation Works, by Matt Ridley
There is movement on everything, except the fundamentals
This is perhaps the only book I have yet read about Amin which gives anything like an accurate assessment of who he was
Paul du Quenoy reveals the unreported foreign investment in US universities
Is Wikipedia’s neutral point of view truly dead?
Are Churchill’s and Orwell’s warnings about to come to pass?
Through history, Mermaids have been treated as more real than legendary, even by those who have had a reputation to uphold
Hayek suggested a society which sacrificed liberty for security would gradually submit itself to authoritarian control
Nick Cohen says silent sport needs crowds to give it meaning
A Covid Christmas could be the right time to introduce new festive traditions
Will Collins traces the aristocratic roots of the social justice warriors’ search for purity
If the American left has any real hope of prevailing over Trump, it may well depend on the professionalism of uniformed men in arms