World History

We Will Remember Them: How World War One Shaped the Modern World

The 11th November 1918 saw the end of the ‘Great War’. An estimated 15-19 million people had been killed, a further 23 million military personnel had been wounded, and 8 million civilians had also lost their lives. How far was World War I a turning point for the way the world works today? The First […]

A crisis of conservatism: the West and Palmyra

Harriet Barsham explores the international debate over whether the Palmyra ruins should be rebuilt.