Books Essay | Financial Times

  • Michael Ignatieff on why we have to look beyond group identity and failed meritocracy

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • From fantastical yarns to dystopian fiction, what type of books did we turn to?

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • What if ‘The Iliad’ had been narrated by a woman? A generation of writers is reworking the great Ancient Greek texts for a new era

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • AI, climate, fake news, Brexit — Yuval Noah Harari tackles our fears for the future

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • Wracked by economic and political crisis, the country may be at its lowest ebb in decades

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • Two years into his presidency, the story of the strongman of Manila makes for chilling reading

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • Martin Wolf on how the crisis marked the end of a consensus for liberalisation

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • Empathy, mortality and ‘happiness U-curves’ can be found amid the angst in three books aimed at forty-somethings

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • The transformation of a traditional lender into a hard-charging adventurer is a salutary tale of modern finance

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • Civilisations have engaged in espionage since biblical times — but the ethics of spying remain as murky as ever

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • Julian Jackson’s masterful life of Charles de Gaulle holds timely warnings about the concentration of authority in the Élysée

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • A great American novelist who stirred debate over Jewishness — and was chillingly prescient

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • A hard-headed realpolitik now governs the battle for influence between China, the US and India

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • Should we fear a takeover by AI or robots? Or are humans the only malign operators?

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • An upbeat biography places the great thinker in his 19th-century context

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • A challenging analysis that forces us to reconsider how our economies work — and who it works for

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • Today’s angry political climate compels us to re-examine the meaning of democracy

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • We are increasingly fixated on health and countering the infirmities of old age, but should we be learning from our ancestors?

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • Among atheists as well as believers, strident secularism is giving way to a renewed sense of faith’s hold

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • As populist leaders test the limits of their power, the warnings from historians and political scientists are growing louder

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • The American writer’s stock has slumped in the #MeToo era. But Diana Evans still finds inspiration in his acute depictions of domestic life

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • Fifty years on from ‘les événements’, writers remember a lost Left Bank — and ask whether Paris can reinvent itself for the 21st century

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • Amid growing anxiety over new technologies, an effort to recapture the idealism of the 1990s is under way

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • Why are we so drawn to accounts of the interplay between life and literature?

     Books Essay | Financial Times
  • For Steven Pinker, the good news is clear. But progress depends on critics as well as cheerleaders, argues Jan-Werner Müller

     Books Essay | Financial Times

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