The Making of Michael Gove
Polite but an ideologue, well-spoken yet coldblooded, Gove is on a quest to become the most powerful man in Britain's government.
The Labour Party’s Survival Depends on a Convincing Narrative
Time will tell whether the Labour Party has learnt from its past four defeats.
How the Republican Party Parted Ways With Republicanism
Trump's legacy will be the erosion of traditional Republican values.
The Future World Order
The world’s first “digidemic” will usher in a new philosophy of government.
The Age of Fakes
How the culture of deception fosters a cyber state of nature.
Keir Starmer's Quest to Revive Patriotism for the Left
Keir Starmer faces two big challenges in making Labour the party of Britain: redefining patriotism and tackling the party's English problem.
How Our Meritocracy Turned Tyrannical
The age of merit fuelled a populist revolt.
AI Superpowers: China, Silicon Valley and the New World Order
China's superpower status was not accidental, it was meticulously engineered.
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