The path to democracy is a long one. It should not be taken for granted.
From the Editor
History is at odds with our desire for simple certainties. Can its cultivation of complexity create a better future?
Historiography is one of the essential tools for unlocking the past. Without it, history is a bloodless pursuit.
History on television is long overdue a radical rethink.
A letter from the editor on History Today's first special edition of the 1990s and its synergy with the recent fall of the Berlin Wall.
Paul Lay remembers a historian who was never afraid of engaging with the public.
After decades of advance, democracy in Europe has begun to look curiously vulnerable.