Articles by Rodric Braithwaite
Limonov: A Novel by Emmanuel Carrère (Allen Lane, £20) The French writer Emmanuel Carrère, himself partly Russian, has written a hugely readable bestseller, now fluently translated by John...
The downing of MH17 may stiffen the backbones of the EU and US in their dealings with Russia but is unlikely to be a game changer
Britain's foreign policy, like its banks, has run out of capital. Time for a more realistic approach
The camps were a microcosm of the Soviet Union, which may be why so few contemporary Russians want to think very much about them
War in Iraq has exposed the"special relationship" as a liability that has damaged British interests in Europe and the Muslim world. Inside the British establishment the special relationship is now...
Even during the cold war, secret intelligence achieved rather little. In the post-cold war world, do secret agencies still have a role at all?
Nato has proved a blunt instrument in the Balkans. Now it is up to the EU to clear up the mess