The prisoner is on the move again. But as he moves south, his friend George moves north to be closer to him
Oskar Lafontaine, the most powerful figure in the new German government, has the chance to be my hero again
Over just six days in August, the Washington Post devoted 80,289 words to the Clinton/Lewinsky scandal. Out of Britain's six women ambassadors, none is a mother. Per capita, the Western Hebrides in...
The end of history has come to the big screen. After the cold war, disaster movies are less anxious but more nihilistic
What is life like inside one of America's Trident submarines, as it "projects power" for the only superpower in a turbulent world?
There will never be an explanation for chronic fatigue syndrome
The professors of decline are again picking up their pens. Here is a sneak preview of one of the finest of the genre
For 30 years, Leonard Cohen has played at subverting his own success as a singer and poet. Now he is a monk at a Zen centre in California. Is this another put-on or has the sinner-songwriter finally...
Has Diana's death changed Britain? The pollsters reported that 41 per cent of people think that the country is now "more caring and compassionate" (NOP, Sunday Times) and 52 per cent think we now...