Cal Flyn / June 19, 2018
Its speakers number in the tens of thousands. There are no monolingual speakers left alive. So why learn Gaelic?
Why are so many young, successful women conflicted about having children?
The world cup in Russia this summer could be a disaster. Football's showpiece event may not recover
Australia is uneasily perched on the frontier of a new world order—based in Beijing
From a V&A exhibition to soupy aphorisms on Twitter, the artist seems to be everywhere. How did she become so marketable? And which version of Kahlo will you choose?
Now 78, Atwood has acquired near-symbolic status: somewhere between a soothsayer, a standard-bearer, an internet celebrity, and a diagnostician of the body politic
Whether he was conducting, composing or communicating, Bernstein was a stylish innovator
Prospect Team / April 14, 2018
From clipping the wings of the property market to re-assessing the place of the banks, our big brains nominate one lesson they wish their colleagues would learn
Howard Reed / April 13, 2018
Until we ditch the old textbook, we'll never face up to the challenges of the modern world—or move beyond neoliberalism
Costly, fruitless and open-ended, Trump could be starting something he won't be able to finish