Politicians should be wary about instrumentalizing history for their own ends
Without changing the constitution, the Swedish government could not overrule decisions made by the country’s Public Health Agency
America’s standing in the world doesn’t depend on elite opinions
The COVID crisis could spectacularly undermine the push towards federalism
If we put up new statues, we should perhaps give them a finite lifespan
In any future pandemic we must develop strategies to minimize the harms for those at greater risk
We’re not allowed to go to weddings or funerals, but it’s perfectly acceptable to attend mass rallies
Sir Edward Colston’s statue was not about history but estimation. Our era is entitled to its own response
Why does Neil Ferguson still exert such a grip on the media’s imagination?
Our public figures must rediscover the true spirit of liberty
Recriminations against France’s lockdown regime are currently underway
Somehow, the virus managed to infect a population which was supposed to be in quarantine
Many in Berlin feel that working with Trump has become an impossible task
Yes — the memorials on Whitehall are precious: even the one to Earl Haig
After a murder in Minneapolis, some ask: why take to the streets in Manchester?
What most people do is take a position and then accumulate evidence and reasoning to justify that position
Was something lost — or, rather, added — in translation?
The time has come to right an historic wrong
Out of sight, the elderly have remained out of mind during this crisis
For the first time in living memory No. 10 is involved in delivering policy, not just making it
Like America, Britain is still meant to be in lockdown
In truth, the two sides are too far apart for a deal to be feasible
London protesters are outraged about events in the US
It is hard to explain different death rates simply by the different approaches taken by governments