War on Terror

‘Rumsfeld knew we faced enemies and that they should be defeated. It is a lesson his successors could do with learning fast’

Book Review: Decision Points by George W. Bush

Roshonara Choudhary’s attack on MP Stephen Timms is an example of a growing trend of small-scale, individually-planned terrorism

Official voices are unwilling to claim victory, but Nato forces in southern Afghanistan are defeating the Taliban

The “independent inquiry” into the radicalisation of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab at UCL was a pathetic embarrassment

Quebec’s approach to garbage disposal shows that political correctness is thriving in Canada

‘A few Muslim extremists have transformed the experience of travelling’

Seventy years after the Battle of Britain, we again face the threat of a new Dark Age. Can our leaders emulate Churchill’s finest hour?

A leading Dutch writer recalls growing up as a Jew in the Netherlands and explains why he now prefers to live in America