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Following last week’s savage attack, Simon Schama argues that disrespect is essential for democracy and the author’s fight for free expression is for us all
Over the course of a year of Taliban rule, a group of women writers share their thoughts, fears and dreams via a messaging app
As her students await their A-level results, Lucy Kellaway reports on what schools are doing to tackle a mental health crisis
The entertainment giant’s bungled response to a controversial Florida bill has raised difficult questions for its LGBT+ fans
Digital networks are helping Ukraine resist the Russian invasion. Will they also reshape the future of conflict?
Brexit was supposed to have left the country bitterly divided. But Henry Mance finds identity battles losing their grip on the national conversation
The resurgent $65bn art market has led to rampant speculation around the work of young artists — who see little of the profit
Companies pushed hard to attend to workers’ needs during the pandemic. But have they encroached too far into our personal lives?
Most in the US believe the landmark 1973 decision should have been retained. Lyz Lenz, raised in the Christian right, explains how a coalition was built to overturn it
Sebastian Payne tours affluent Surrey to assess the threat to the Tories’ suburban heartlands — and asks the prime minister how he plans to fight back
From Enron to Wirecard, elaborate scams can remain undetected long after the warning signs appear. What are investors missing?
A century on from the publication of ‘Ulysses’, David McWilliams asks whether artists and entrepreneurs are really that different
The film reflects anxiety over the US’s relative decline in the face of China’s high-tech military might
On the road across Europe, Horatio Clare battles bureaucracy, bad drivers and zealous police to deliver cargo to Ukraine
Fifty years after Nixon’s cold war coup, the US is facing a new global realignment
As Putin appeals to the distant past to justify his invasion of Ukraine, militant nostalgia is on the march around the world
Facing a political crackdown, austere Covid rules and an uncertain future, many Hong Kongers are fleeing into exile — and battling to preserve their identity
Charles de Gaulle said the French were ‘ingouvernables’. Do the country’s widening divisions prove him right?
Once a socialite, she founded a TV channel that became a beacon of Russian dissent. Now, in exile, she’s plotting her next move
After three decades writing about business, the FT’s innovation editor decided to get his hands dirty . . .
The world’s strongmen are watching Vladimir Putin’s gamble play out in Ukraine — and the consequences of his success or failure will be global
Polina Ivanova, Gillian Tett, Henry Foy, Courtney Weaver, and professor and former USSR-based journalist Anatol Lieven will take your questions at 4pm GMT/12pm EST
Generations of leaders have wrestled over a lasting settlement in Europe. What can today’s negotiators learn from centuries of statecraft?
An award-winning Russian writer on how fear as well as dictatorship led her homeland to launch its disastrous invasion of Ukraine
As the west focuses on oligarchs, a far smaller group has its grip on true power in Moscow. Who are the siloviki — and what motivates them?