A proposed revision of the laws governing murder may appease women’s pressure goups but endanger justice
‘The crisis in the Caucasus has undoubtedly ushered in a period of global insecurity’
As the UN General Assembly begins its 63rd session, the Human Rights Council makes a mockery of UN Ideals.
Germaine Greer has got it wrong: everyone should see The Female of the Species
Daisy Waugh eavesdrops on the chattering classes
Children of the Revolution: The French, 1799-1914 by Robert Gildea
Roger Kimball blames the revered advocate of ‘experiments in living’ for our inability to escape from the quagmire of moral nihilism
The delicate balance of power between China and American is unstable and the geopolitical consequences will affect us all
The humiliation of 1940 has cast a baleful shadow over France’s postwar history. Can Nicolas Sarkozy, the first president too young to be tainted by it, usher in a new era?
The presidential adviser and author of Terror and Consent, Philip Bobbitt, shares his ideas on the war on terror in a Standpoint dialogue with Conservative politician and author of Celsius 7/7, Michael Gove