Anatol Lieven / January 29, 2020
Here in Qatar, the assassination of Iran's Qassem Soleimani has been greeted with horror
Suna Erdem / January 29, 2020
Conducting has long been the province of powerful men. But as the #MeToo movement comes to classical music, can an industry steeped in its ways change?
Charlotte Runcie / January 29, 2020
Plus Tim Harford's cautionary tales
Caspar Salmon / January 29, 2020
The truth is that the British public laps up this sort of stuff, whether it's inherited monarchy or acting dynasties
Stephen Collins / January 29, 2020
Dan lives under oppression. Can you help him?
A lyrical travel book on two lakes that divide and connect North Macedonia, Albania and Greece
How Angela Merkel became Europe's most popular leader—without Germany ever really understanding who she is
Benjamin Markovits / January 29, 2020
What will replace it? "Feetball"
Martin Rees / January 29, 2020
The belief they follow a distinct "scientific method" should be downplayed