13 September 2018

Crashed: no light at the end of the tunnel

Ten years on, the financial crisis is still being misunderstood.

10 August 2018

The elites vs social media

Why our rulers lost faith in the digital dawn.

21 May 2018

Entebbe: hijacked by political messaging

A new dramatisation of the Entebbe hijacking ignores its human dimension.

2 February 2018

On the self-loathing rich

The wealthy are not as avaricious as many think.

14 December 2017

Trump isn’t the only one grandstanding on Jerusalem

Both the president and his haters use Israel to signal their virtue.

13 June 2017

The truth about the hatred for Israel

On the ugliness of anti-Israel activism, 50 years since the Six-Day War.

26 May 2017

Utopia for miserabilists

Rutger Bregman’s supposedly utopian call for ‘free money for all’ is meant to smooth the way for savage cuts in consumption.

27 January 2017

In defence of rational man

Behavioural economics adds a pseudo-scientific sheen to anti-democracy.

21 June 2016

Varoufakis: no friend of democracy

His new book sums up the Euro-left’s fear of the people.

2 March 2016

Beware greens in progressive clothing

No amount of spin can hide environmentalism's miserablism.