Gibraltar provides one of the examples of how the British Empire was 'acquired in a fit of absence of mind'.
Volume 4 Issue 8 August 1954
David Stockton describes an important stage in the life of Cicero, the Roman philosopher, politican and theorist.
F.M.H. Markham profiles Claude Henri de Rouvroy, comte de Saint-Simon, the French political theorist and early advocate for a centralised, technocratic society.
A biographical portrait by Lord David Cecil of William Lamb, the early 19th century parliamentarian better known as Lord Melbourne.
On March 16, 1921 the first Anglo-Soviet Trade Agreement was signed; Sir Robert Hodgson headed Britain’s Commercial Mission to Moscow.
Shakespeare’s enormous influence in shaping subsequent concepts of 15th-century England is nowhere better illustrated than in the case of the character of Richard III.