Keith Robbins

The Historical Association is celebrating its hundredth birthday. Keith Robbins appraises its past and present role in acting as the voice for ‘History’.

Two hundred years after William Pitt took on Napoleon, Europe is in crisis again. Keith Robbins warns Tony Blair that there are no easy fixes to the issues of democracy that have thrown the ‘European project’ off course.

Keith Robbins ponders on how historians can construct a United Kingdom.

Keith Robbins on a monumental survey of the 20th century world

Keith Robbins poses the question of religious and political affinities of Roman Catholics in the context of the nineteenth and twentieth century.

Keith Robbins considers the plurality of the Edwardian church, its relations with the state, and its responses to social change.