The British faced a 10,000-strong army on 21 January 1824.
Volume 73 Issue 1 January 2023
‘The more I read, the more I change my mind.’
The ‘way of tea’ is a ritual experience that embodies the natural world with all its imperfections.
Charles XII of Sweden had a thirst for war, which made him a target for the British press.
The ‘pragmatic and principled’ Harold Wilson.
Vladimir Putin has decried the ‘decadent West’ as destined to fail as a result of its degeneracy. Fears of decadence are not new.
Understanding the Indigenous American past, from the earliest records of settlement up to the Ghost Dance revitalisation movement.
The debate over whether nature or nurture guides who we are is as dependent on politics and ideology as it is on scientific research.
A folk favourite loved by Jane Austen and Abraham Lincoln, ‘The Irishman’ has revolutionary roots that have been forgotten.
Diplomatic negotiations at the 1921 Cairo Conference carved out a new geostrategic order.