A city in the grip of rumour and recrimination—an eye-witness account of the jihadi attacks and their aftermath
After widespread protest, a Japanese High Court ruled that their similar scheme could not legally be enforced. Will people in the UK just roll over and allow the government to know all about them?
The Armistice commemorations in Ypres: Remembrance cannot cure us of the instinct for war, but it can help to restrain us
A new generation of soldiers is as questioning of its role in Afghanistan as the society from which it is recruited
‘Mr Obama subscribes to the European critique of the Bush administration, but the self-abasement that the critics demand from America is as implausible as it is undesirable’