A new book by Liam Byrne explains that the British government is making a critical mistake in its methods of combating home-grown extremism.
Gavin Jacobson considers the great philosopher’s plan for society as revealed in Nietzsche’s Great Politics by Hugo Drochon.
Mary Gaitskill's new novel presents an agonising world of "nice" and "nasty", where moral choice is always constrained.
For all that books and films laud Britain's strength, ultimately, they show that our power is interdependent.
On the Burning of Books: How Flames Fail to Destroy the Written Word is an informative book on a hot topic.
On the pop culture podcast this week: the new Ghostbusters reboot, series four of Netflix original Orange is the New Black and Janet Malcolm’s book about Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes, The Silent Woman.
Sarah Perry's new novel uses stylistic mastery to rework a potent mythological inheritence.
Two new books about the painter show that, when it comes to biography, sometimes less detail can give us more perspective.
The best children's books don't feel like more school. These picks will help make the summer holidays even better.
The long shadow cast by the Spanish Civil War is more potent because the progressives lost.
Two new books reveal intriguing aspects to today's body politics: Darian Leader's Hands and Fay Bound Alberti's This Mortal Coil.
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