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Issue: January/February 2014
The Enemy Within
Jack Ryan is a modern hero taking on a modern Russia
Playing With The Devil
When should sporting events be boycotted?
The 19th-century Italian's musings on political and economics hold surprising insights into what it is to be human
A Roman Pilgrimage
England’s Dammed Stream Of Poetry
'Good writing, like clear thinking, is very hard to teach or to learn. If the writer has something to say, the words come naturally; if not, no amount of instruction will help.'
Far from being 'alien' to young voters, the Conservative party has the scope to become the natural party of the under-25s
You’d expect it from David Beckham or Brad Pitt, but doesn’t David Bowie have too much integrity to appear in a Louis Vuitton ad? Apparently not
Pope Francis should level his criticism at socialism and corporatism, not the free market, in his attempt to help the poor
Freedom to Choose
The authors of a report criticising a new law to tackle forced marriage deploy the worst kind of cultural relativism
People who argue that Holocaust Memorial Day is past its sell-by date are wrong. There is still so much to learn from such unprecedented evil
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"
A tripod in the sky
The view from above