The increase in male unemployment rates, including in times of plenty, is one of the most significant and worrying social trends in America. Nicholas Eberstadt’s book provides a good overview of what is happening, and why it matters.
Mary Kenny’s new book on Catholic Ireland is an exceptionally insightful account of both how the past really was, and how Ireland changed so quickly.
There’s no escaping climate alarmism these days, but Alex Epstein’s books – including his most recent one – are a powerful antidote.
Yoram Hazony’s new book provides a fascinating insight into the debate going on within the centre-right today, particularly in America.
Douglas Murray’s new book, ‘The War on the West,’ provides a terrific overview of how the Western tradition is being attacked, and why. It also gives readers the tools to fight back in the battle of ideas.
Many regard ‘Brideshead Revisited’ as Waugh’s greatest work, but in his famous war trilogy, he achieves something which is arguably more impressive.
Di Giovanni offers a tragic account of the vanishing of the Middle East’s Christians.
‘Bad News’ provides an in-depth examination of what has gone wrong with American journalism, and why those responsible for fixing the problems have a vested interest in ignoring them.
You cannot understand America without understanding American religion. Robert Putnam’s work helps to fill in the gaps.
Robert Putnam’s stunning book on social capital in Italy helped to set him on a course which would contribute so much to how we view community and its importance to societies everywhere.