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By Audrey Truschke
Posted 27th July 2017, 11:50
Laws against religious offence in India have altered the writing and understanding of the nation’s past.
By Richard Ivan Jobs
Posted 26th July 2017, 11:35
Backpackers, travelling through Europe, forged a new wave of international collaboration.
By Emily Jones
Posted 20th July 2017, 10:21
The Conservatives are enduring a crisis of identity and purpose. Not for the first time, the work of the great 18th-century philosopher, Edmund Burke, is seen as offering a path to the party’s reinvention.
By Rhys Griffiths
Posted 17th July 2017, 15:47
If Bolivia is so rich, why is it so poor?
By Carly Silver
Posted 17th July 2017, 12:12
The bronze-age city of Mari was second only to Babylon, and the library of tablets it held offers rich insight into all aspects of an intricate political world.
By Kirk Graham
Posted 5th July 2017, 9:48
Britain’s entry into the Second World War ushered in a wave of anti-German sentiment, creating strange bedfellows across the political spectrum.
By History Today
Posted 29th June 2017, 10:55
All the winners from this year's awards ceremony.
By Samuel J. Martland
Posted 28th June 2017, 0:00
The coverage of a disaster in Chile revealed religious divisions among the world’s press.
By Sophia L. Deboick
Posted 26th June 2017, 13:57
Medieval hermits were the agony aunts of their day.
Posted 22nd June 2017, 15:53
An ethnically diverse country of kingdoms.