Robert Low

Robert Low

At 84, Frederic Raphael writes with the freshness and vigour of a young man starting out

Tuvia Tenenbom’s Catch The Jew! exposes NGOs’ distortion of the truth in Israel

How America saved the French Impressionists

Is the ex-Chancellor’s memory playing tricks on him?

When Palestinians killed five people at a synagogue in the Jerusalem suburb where my son lives, the response was admirably restrained

Paul Preston’s exhaustive and admirable biography shines light on Santiago Carrillo, a relatively unknown figure, who played a key role in the restoration of Spanish democracy

Argentina’s president, who constantly plays the populist card, is more like Marie Antoinette than her idol Eva Perón

Three memoirs explain what it was like growing up in the postwar era and how their generation shaped Britain and America

Peter Ackroyd’s new biography shows that Charlie Chaplin was an incorrigible womaniser but a brilliant innovator