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By Jeremy McCoy
Posted 19th January 2017, 16:50
Since the 1950s, the question of who owns the Northwest Passage has been a contentious one. With Donald Trump in the White House, the debate over sovereignty is likely to heat up.
By Hugh Aldersey-Williams
Posted 19th January 2017, 16:39
How Thomas Browne did battle with fake news in the 17th century.
By Priyanka Menon
Posted 17th January 2017, 11:39
Attempts to control the spread of bank note forgery in India have proven ineffective and dangerous.
By Rhys Jones
Posted 11th January 2017, 13:23
When Joe Biden said ‘God save the Queen’, was he heralding the end of the republic?
By Alan Watson
Posted 6th January 2017, 15:14
Churchill’s vision of Britain’s role in the world may provide the key to Brexit.
By Boyd Tonkin
Posted 6th January 2017, 12:21
Thomas More's journey to Utopia.
By Ted Vallance
Posted 21st December 2016, 9:51
The suggestion by British politician Sajid Javid that public servants should take an oath of loyalty suggests we are living through a period of political and religious crisis. Edward Vallance examines the historical parallels.
By History Today
Posted 21st December 2016, 8:59
What our online audience has enjoyed this past year.
By Paul Lay
Posted 14th December 2016, 8:52
History on television is long overdue a radical rethink.
By Dean Nicholas
Posted 13th December 2016, 10:05
A Buenos Aires building whose architecture is inspired by Dante's Divine Comedy, representing Hell, Purgatory and Paradise.