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Tibor Fischer discovers the first of many Roger Scruton cafés
Tibor Fischer in Budapest muses on Hungary’s fractious political alliance
Is Sir Ridley Scott a surprising feminist?
Nudge taught a generation of experts how to manipulate the public, free from scrutiny
It’s time to let the man who saved the world, and the cinema, rest in peace.
What are we supposed to fight for in the Pacific? Is it for Australia or for the sake of US pre-eminence?
The dogmatic insistence that unionists are being pushed towards a united Ireland
Lisa Hilton says a prime spot near the kitchen is no compensation for a bewilderingly bad evening
Mark Drakeford is desperate to impress with his LGBTQ+ Action Plan
This well-researched book deserves attention for those who wish to peer beyond the carefully cultivated image of Josip Broz Tito
Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about the past and present of Australia’s role in the western alliance
Remote work brings us to a moment of decision