Articles by James Fergusson
The west knows it can't win in Afghanistan. The only prospect for lasting peace is to negotiate with the Taliban, which we must learn to see through Afghan eyes
Britain's armed forces are still formidable in battle, but undermanning and public indifference point to an institution under strain. It is too soon to declare the military covenant broken, but...
In a secret gorge, I discover what I feared no longer existed—a pool full of leaping salmon
Air-conditioning has avoided the opprobrium attached to cars and planes, but as use of the technology grows rapidly so does its contribution to climate change
Lunar House in Croydon is the dump where most asylum seekers and other migrants have their claims processed. For Britain to have robust and fair border controls, it has got to work better
My Afghan friend Mir saw his cousin Gulabuddin arrested on a rape charge in London. This is what happened next