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Will Hagia Sophia’s Christian heritage survive under President Erdoğan’s ‘neo-Ottoman’ vision?
Biden’s cheerleaders prove there’s nothing to get excited about
Did MI5 let one of their own informants have a go at the king?
The Critic and Policy Exchange think right-wing academics are being censored. They’re wrong
In Brideshead, the overriding feeling is that surely the punchline is to come. It never does
Leave literary reviews to reviewers rather than score-settling academics
John Bowers reviews “Enemies of the People?” by Joshua Rozenberg
The rise and fall of the Spanish Empire
Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, the show will go on again; it always does
Tragedy struck Gustav Mahler, the archetypal summer composer, in 1907
An exhibition of the work of the 19th century painter James Tissot has opened in Paris