For all his business acumen, Pieter the Younger was no original and his skill was weedy compared to the robustness of his father’s.
Whitney Terrell's third novel is a powerful, and sometimes heartbreaking, war story.
In all three films, capitalism, landowning and homemaking are inexorably linked.
Peter Conradi’s Who Lost Russia? How the World Entered a New Cold War traces the accumulation of distrust between the West and Russia.
On the pop culture podcast this week: hotly-tipped Oscar favourite Moonlight, the Norwegian teen drama Skam and Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein.
The video for “Chained to the Rhythm” is overwhelmingly pastel and batshit crazy. Watch out, this satire is sharp!
In From Bacteria to Bach and Back, Daniel C Dennett investigates the evolution of consciousness.
“I want to see Yahya Jammeh jailed and prosecuted in this country. Justice will finally come.”
Governing from the Skies by Thomas Hippler examines the changing role of aerial bombing.
We think the planet's fish are rightfully ours. But the brown pelican is known to snatch fish from other birds in mid-air.
This Is Memorial Device vividly recalls the teen years of the post-punk generation. I'm just not sure I wanted to remember.
Across the political spectrum, the New Statesman introduces you to the personalities who shape our world. Where else would you find Jeremy Corbyn, Tony Blair and Theresa May in the same place?