A New Voice for the American Right

The heir to Buckley, Kristol and Neuhaus, Robert George is the new leader of American intellectual conservatism

After the Crash: A New Direction for Climate Policy

A radical and pragmatic approach in accelerating the decarbonisation of the global economy is the only way forward

They Still Won’t Tell Us the Dire Truth

This election will go down as a dishonest campaign: none of the parties came clean with the voters about the economy

How the West Took Leave of its Senses

Modern secular millennarians are embracing illiberal ideologies — and once again the Jews are in the firing line

Why do Western Women Convert?

The phenomenon of female conversion to Islam poses tough questions for feminists

Gays Abandoned by Left’s Appeasement

The liberal establishment maintains a shameful silence over widespread intolerance of homosexuality among Muslims

Dreaming of an Islamist Ireland

Officials in Dublin have failed to learn from Britain's failures and the Muslim Brotherhood is now well-established in the republic

Turkey, Israel and the Armenians

There has been a liberal media blackout of the Turkish Prime Minister's threat to expel 100,000 Armenians from Turkey, despite that same media's exhaustive coverage of the Ramat Shlomo row

Oxford Literary Festival — Day Two

Online only: Commentary from the final day of the Oxford Literary Festival

The Prize Lies of a Nazi Tycoon

Alfred Toepfer posed as a peacemaker in postwar Europe and lavished awards on British artists. Unknown to them, he played a key role in the Third Reich and helped war criminals flee justice

Underrated: Abroad

The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”

The king of cakes

"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"