Theresa May and Winston Churchill have a lot in common. Except that Churchill delivered, whereas May can’t.
Two movies about Britain in 1940 – Dunkirk and the Darkest Hour – have collected plenty of Oscar nominations. Yet, both movies are full of historical nonsense.
Did American intervention in WWI help destabilize the European continent?
The remarkable downsides of Britain’s most famous leader.
Churchill is hero, not history, and Britain still lives under his shadow.
The West’s policy in the Muslim world may hearken back to opinions held by leaders from its past.
How a legendary politician needlessly took Britain into a continental war in 1914.
Popes, presidents, CEOs and prime ministers — which organization has had the least turnover in leadership?
Is David Cameron following in the footsteps of Churchill and Thatcher by balancing anti-Europe sentiment against pro-Europe cooperation?
Why does the new global era demand a new global charter?