Articles by Sameer Rahim
Speculating on real-life murder cases is addictive but dangerous
In a new film, Philippe Sands goes on a journey into the past with two sons of prominent Nazis
From Islamic State to adult colouring–the year in books
No one—and that's not necessarily a problem
Readers saturated with screen-time are rediscovering the printed page
Liberalism might be our strongest weapon in the battle against Jihadism
The decline of the idea of the Arab nation state will store up trouble for the future
William Collins, £30 Few poets’ lives have been as dramatically harrowing as that of Ted Hughes. His wife Sylvia Plath’s suicide in 1963 was followed six years later by the copycat suicide of...
by Carla Power (Holt, £12.99) Since 9/11, hundreds of books have appeared about the relationship between Islam and the west. Broadly they divide into two categories: why you should be afraid and...