Arts & Books
A new book shows why the ever-closer union is not a given
Nicholas Blincoe / February 20, 2018
The Israeli leader thought Palestinian nationalism was artificial but Jewish nationalism authentic
With their fearless pragmatism and magnetic screen presence, it wasn’t Ingmar Bergman who made stars of his women. It was they who made him
Bolanle Tajudeen / February 18, 2018
With black audience underrepresented in museum audiences, the Obamas' portraits could start a vital conversation about who gets to enjoy and critique art
Sameer Rahim / February 18, 2018
Peterson's book is interesting, if not original. Where he loses the plot, though, is on gender relations
Suna Erdem / February 18, 2018
From Ibiza Proms to Tiny Tots concerts, classical music is trying to broaden its appeal. But does it risk losing what makes it special?
Wendy Ide / February 18, 2018
Daniel Day-Lewis’s shock decision to retire means the movie industry has lost one of its most mercurial talents. But who is he, really?
Stuart Maconie / February 16, 2018
Yes, it gives Nigel Farage too much airtime. Yes, sometimes it makes me want to bang my head on the desk. But for better or worse, it's ours
Caroline O'Donoghue / February 16, 2018
It's are the perfect comedy for our digital age. After all, what are GIFs if not tiny silent films?
Emily Ruth Ford / February 3, 2018
In the winning story, reprinted here, a woman hiking with her husband in the Hong Kong countryside reflects on her troubles
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