The man who made modern China, Deng Xiaoping is seen by its current leaders as the model to be emulated.
Hammour Ziada becomes the first Sudanese writer to win the Naguib Mahfouz Medal for Literature for his novel The Longing of the Dervish
Brexit, a new book looking at who is to blame for the current British mess over Europe.
As we re-release Tangier: City of the Dream, Iain Finlayson returns to Tangier for the first time in 20 years, and reflects on the city’s history and enduring allure.
In Turkey researching Flora of the Silk Road, Christopher Gardner discovered a new species of flower.
Mona Prince’s Diary from Eighteen Days in Tahrir during the Arab Spring
Iain Finlayson and John Hopkins gathered on the rock at this year’s Gibraltar Literary Festival.
Nael Eltoukhy’s savagely comic and uncompromising new novel.
Uzo Egonu’s exuberant representation of the frenetic spirit of the swinging 60s
Featuring In the Name of the People, The New Emperors, and The Secret World.
Scattered Ghosts combines memoir and travel to resurrect 200 years of wars and revolutions.
Primarily remembered for creating the NHS, Nye Bevan also changed British attitudes.
Out today, Nina Edwards’ Dressed for War.