Kwasi Kwarteng is a young Tory MP and it is right and proper that he should begin his analysis of…
Susan Gibbs begins her book by describing the death from cancer of her first husband after 13 years of happy marriage.
‘In the mists and damp of the Scottish Highlands, 61-year-old Sir Bartle Frere was writing a letter.
A great time ago when the world was young there was a pleasant and harmless custom by which a British ambassador when leaving his post could sit down and write a valedictory dispatch to the Foreign Secretary.
Douglas Hurd on his recent trip to Latvia
Douglas Hurd on James Fergusson’s new book
Douglas Hurd on the new book from Ferdinand Mount
The Victorian era’s Conservative party moderniser
Douglas Hurd learns the lessons of the Orkney Islands
As the region descends into conflict once more, Douglas Hurd, a diplomat at the UN in 1956, recalls the astonishing impact of another crisis in the Middle East
Listing page content here During 1956 three major powers made dramatic efforts to prop up their position by the use…
Professor Fukuyama is famous for having told us at the end of the Cold War that history was at an…
I have read somewhere that the friends of this author are worried. Apparently he is an MP, a shadow minister,…