Liberalism

Maurice Fraser, who was special adviser to three Foreign Secretaries and Head of the LSE European Institute, defied distinctions

Adam Zomoyski’s Phantom Terrors is timely, as well as elegantly written

Two rival concepts of liberty have their roots in medieval canon law and Anglo-Saxon England

Far from being ‘alien’ to young voters, the Conservative party has the scope to become the natural party of the under-25s

Is it ever worth the trouble reading journalism whose politics you fundamentally disagree with?

The Leader of the Canadian opposition is a lightweight liberal fantasy. If he were to become PM his lack of resolve would be disastrous

‘In the gap where arguments and examples should be, the President invoked God, attacked the Republicans and invoked spectacle’

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