In an age of fear about immigration, the success of the Bangladeshi population in Britain has a deeper resonance.
The appointment of Guy Scott as Zambia’s interim president has been welcomed by the country's citizens. We should follow their lead.
The centenary of the First World War has reopened old wounds. Yet Germany and Britain once enjoyed a special relationship – as when they defeated Napoleon at Waterloo – and they could do so again.
Under the surface of World Order is a searing critique of the Obama administration’s foreign policy. While Obama has embraced the label of “realist”, this is not a realism that Kissinger recognises.
Could David Cameron's necessary tantrum over Brussels' £1.7bn surcharge be pushing Britain further down a path that ends with an EU exit?
Over $100bn a year is spent worldwide fighting the war on drugs. For what end?
A first look at this week’s magazine.
Despite the high levels of incidents, sexual harassment remains mainly unreported. Women tend not to report the majority of incidents, sometimes amid concerns that they would not be taken seriously. This has to change.
The former minister warns his party to argue in favour of the EU "much more than we have done", and to avoid “chasing a Ukip vote”.
Ed Smith’s Left Field column.
The PM found out about the demand several days later than George Osborne.
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