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Must revolution always mean catastrophe?

Neither Cromwell, nor Robespierre, nor Lenin, could become an icon or avatar for the reactionary regimes they helped to overthrow, but Stalin was different argues Bill Bowring

  • Written by Bill Bowring
  • Category: History
Alan Duncan

The spy who came in from the shadows

Compare the Trump spy scandal and the Israeli spy scandal and it tells us a lot about the media and the political establishment, argues Kara Bryan

  • Written by Kara Bryan
  • Category: Opinion
wickham medieval europe

Medieval Europe

Chris Wickham’s analysis of the European Middle Ages is a rich introduction to the development of Europe up to the 15th Century, argues Chris Bambery

  • Written by Chris Bambery
  • Category: Book Reviews
jeremy hunt

NHS: close to breaking point

There will always be forces that seek to destroy the NHS, so the fight to defend it must be one that every generation takes on, writes junior doctor Mona Kamal

  • Written by Mona Kamal
  • Category: Opinion

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