Rock stars are more interesting after 40 than when they are young and menacing
Nicolas Walter says that all anthologies are failures-but this is a good one
Geoffrey Wheatcroft experiences a highly charged farewell
Why has the European parliament's dreary Women's Rights committee suddenly become so fashionable?
The "long war" between Islam and the west is a side-show to the much deeper conflict over modernisation within Muslim societies. Interests of states, ethnic rivalries and confessional differences...
Pauline Neville-Jones clashed with Richard Holbrooke at Dayton but finds his book a gripping, albeit anti-European, account of the Bosnian débacle
Brian Winston finds that Kevin Kelly-internet propagandist and technological determinist-is wrong about everything
John Maddox is right to rubbish the end of science thesis-but should have followed his own advice about fact-checking
Editing a business magazine in the new South Africa places you at the frontline of the country's painful transformation. It can sometimes get hot