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The former CIA and National Security Agency employee's autobiography is set to be one of the year's biggest books
October 12, 2019
Author John Lanchester's dystopian thriller shows what happens when the parent generation doesn't react to the climate crisis
August 10, 2019
In 'Red Meat Republic', Joshua Specht explores how the industry has evolved in an insightful, and at times unnerving, read
June 29, 2019
Michael Dobbs draws stark parallels between the Jews who fled the Nazis and people seeking sanctuary in Europe today
June 2, 2019
The institution is badly in need of reform but pro-European forces have been dealt a reprieve
May 27, 2019
Anna Burns's artful prose takes the reader through a tangled psychological labyrinth, and all without actually naming a single place or character
November 15, 2018
After last week's disastrous election in Bavaria, the coalition government is floundering and needs a new leader
October 21, 2018
A former US diplomat is the latest to tackle the souring of the most important geopolitical relationship
July 9, 2018
The author brings to light the sentience in animals in her latest book, but Paul Hockenos is not convinced by her reasoning to turn vegetarian
June 28, 2018
The situation is dire – the social philosopher pulls no punches on this account
May 31, 2018
The Nobel Prize-winner's revisit to his original book is a beefy update of the landmark best-seller
April 10, 2018
Is it possible to curb global warming while advancing economic growth? A shift to a low-carbon, service-led economy could offset the effects of a rising world population and increasing consumer production.
June 15, 2017
Kingsnorth believes that today’s environmentalism is so flawed that it actually exacerbates the destruction.
May 11, 2017
A host of observers, not least United States president Donald Trump, accuse Germany of turning the EU into a vehicle that perpetuates its own well-being, increasingly at the risk of the union’s survival.
March 22, 2017
Paul Hockenos says the European Union has to redefine its role post-Brexit
March 20, 2017
Emirates at 35: the flight that changed Dubai for ever
Iraq: second wave of protests set to reignite in Baghdad
Adele talks weight loss and her new album as she hosts 'Saturday Night Live'
Armenian President: Turkey risks setting whole Caucasus ablaze
Exclusive: Daimler chairman reveals why Mercedes-Benz's future looks electric