In our secular age the Queen has been Anglicanism’s most compelling representative
The artistic achievement of ‘The Crown’ has been undervalued
The trickle of sporting knighthoods has now become a flood — who will be next?
Why has talking about books become the preserve of know-nothing celebrities?
Its problems have not gone away
Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss how Germany was governed during the pressures of the First World War
Narrative, voice and good novels — not always at the same time
Libraries are now much less about places to house books as places for people to work
Constant catastrophism is destroying our brains
We remain interested in Tocqueville because of the power of his thought, not his life story
Extra-judicial killing and its long aftermath forms the core of Linda Kinstler’s remarkable new book
How Shinzo Abe and his country resisted stagnation
On the nature of the Blob