The higher education contract no longer delivers what it promised. It must serve hearts and hands as well as the cognitive elite

Black Lives Matter misses the point—we should highlight the progress we have made, not split society and trap ourselves in victimhood

The Abraham Accords signed last month between Israel, the UAE and Bahrain signal a new reality underpinned by moderate Islam

There is a sustained and wide-ranging programme of repression against religions which challenge the CCP’s socialist core values

Pop music is dependent on repetition, fleeting fashions and youthful idealism—but has an immediacy like no other art form

A case of buyer’s remorse? The “useless” Tories are alienating new voters in the North and locking down the areas least likely to cope

Innovation has often come from hard work by unlettered people. But young progressives now seem to treat education as a proxy for virtue

If resilience sounds like something you might be able to benefit from at present, Stoicism might be just the thing for you

By closing the intellectual’s archive, the Orbàn regime has shown its intent: to suppress complex history, erode academia and censor criticism

Surviving poverty, corruption and state brutality, the nation-building project of Africa’s cultural superpower still inspires hope in its citizens