Jay Elwes / September 12, 2017
A Legacy of Spies sees George Smiley return to print
Sam Leith / September 12, 2017
Here's another snappy catchphrase for the rest of us: “Duck and cover"
Helen Thompson / September 12, 2017
Capitol Hill has quietly terminated a noisy presidency—at least where foreign affairs are concerned
Wendell Steavenson / September 12, 2017
Last year, the Masto family arrived in the United States. They live in Cincinnati, Ohio. But is there a place for them in Trump's America?
Ray Monk / September 12, 2017
Frege's mind was the most powerful motor in modern philosophy. But as a human being, he was a narrow man who left little mark
Annabelle Chapman / September 12, 2017
As the country's ruling party seeks to subvert the rule of law, Poles of all ages and political stripes are fighting back
Steve Richards / September 12, 2017
Leadership has never decided the result of an election. It was policies, more than personalities, that drove the course of the 2017 campaign
Prospect Team / September 12, 2017
Classical historian Mary Beard answers Prospect's "Brief Encounter" questions—and tells us why she wouldn't want to find Aristotle's lost book on comedy
Robert Skidelsky / September 11, 2017
David Kynaston's Till Time's Last Sand reveals how the Bank's relationship with government—from the gold standard to the Crash—have shaped the nation's economy since 1694
Jennifer Williams / September 11, 2017
Labour's rising star talks social mobility, what she learnt from trade unions—and why being leader is "the stuff of dreams"