Donald Trump makes his entrance during a campaign event at the Delaware State Fairgrounds in Harrington in April 2016
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Nationalism’s enduring appeal

In a globalised era even the US feels small. By Mark Mazower

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(FILES) This file photo taken on Decembe...(FILES) This file photo taken on December 21, 2013 shows Indian liquor baron Vijay Mallya at the launch of the Kingfisher 2014 calendar in Mumbai. A group of Indian banks on April 7, 2016 rejected embattled businessman Vijay Mallya's offer to repay $600 million in unpaid loans, less than half of what his defunct airline owes them. / AFP PHOTO / --/AFP/Getty Images ©AFP
We look back at a 2007 interview where the Indian billionaire - now a fugitive in the UK - talked about his lavish lifestyle
– by Joe Leahy
Sir Philip Green ©Benjamin McMahon
Last year we profiled the retail magnate and former owner of the BHS department store chain, which has gone into administration this week
– by Andrew Hill and Andrea Felsted
Illustration of Susan Wojcicki by Luke Waller
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Susan Wojcicki

The YouTube boss tells Hannah Kuchler about reshaping entertainment and being a woman in Silicon Valley

Andrew Bolton’s manifesto for the Met

The man behind two of the museum’s most-visited shows on fashion in an age of technology

The winning design for a bridge from the Cornish mainland to Tintagel Castle
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Tintagel’s return of the king

Will an imposing statue bring a new generation of Arthurians to Cornwall or has the commercialism gone too far?

books an a library shelf

Notes on . . . the London Library

Simon Schama on a literary institution that defies classification

Satoyama (left) throws Gagamaru
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Sumo — how a dance critic got gripped

Louise Levene experiences an unexpected passion for Japan’s gravity-defying star athletes

Fabric and leather tote, Troubadour

Totes amazing

Big enough for a gym kit, simple enough for a suit, these man bags have it all

Georg Baselitz at the White Cube gallery in Bermondsey, London, in front of ‘Ach, Rosa, Ach Rosa’ (2015)
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Georg Baselitz at White Cube, London

The controversial German artist talks about his own past and the ‘fascism’ of politicising art

China’s Cultural Revolution

Two contrasting accounts explore a period of upheaval that the country is yet to reckon with

Annabelle Wallis
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From Peaky Blinders to The Mummy

Annabelle Wallis on her determination to portray strong women and her Hollywood breakthrough

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