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Steve Bannon, Russia’s Alexander Dugin and Brazil’s Olavo de Carvalho are united by their affinity with a spiritual movement that fundamentally rejects modernity.
The Democratic presidential hopeful and veteran insider could end the Trump era on 3 November. If he succeeds, will he set the US on a path to renewal?
Rick Perlstein's Reaganland charts the conservative counter-revolution that moved the US to the right.
Variously depicted as a victim or a villain, perhaps no other writer has an afterlife more contested than Plath.
What scientists are discovering about the mysterious long-term effects of coronavirus.
Paul Graham's hugely influential book has been reprinted 37 years after it was self-published by the photographer.
In The Glass Kingdom, Osborne upends our most basic assumptions about the human world.
What Margaret Thatcher’s failures over German reunification can teach Brexit Britain 30 years on.
At this stage, the duration of the condition is as uncertain as what underlies it.
Who are the self-styled gang of Western chauvinists Trump asked to “stand back and stand by”?
Questions of gender and sexual trauma have long confused Artemisia Gentileschi's status as a major painter – something a new exhibition sets out to correct.