Peter Frankopan Interview

7 Jun, 2016 by

When you think of the Silk Road, there’s a good chance that it conjures up images of exotic locations out of history. Stories of...

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A.C. Grayling Interview

10 May, 2016 by

So much of our foundational knowledge, the thinkers that make up our syllabus today, can be traced to a brief moment in human history...

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Frank Dikotter Interview

2 May, 2016 by

The story of China during the 20th Century is almost impossible to fathom. Marked, not just by change, but by multiple instances of...

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Simon Sebag Montefiore Interview

29 Mar, 2016 by

When the Romanovs came to power, Russia was weak – recovering from the chaos left by Ivan the terrible, and trapped between...

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Clare Wright Interview

15 Sep, 2014 by

The Eureka Stockade looms large in the Australian mythology. A battle against tyranny during a time of great potential, as the gold...

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Matthew Condon Interview

7 Apr, 2014 by

In 1991, following the Fitzgerald Inquiry – a look into police involvement with organised crime and vice – Terry Lewis,...

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Margaret MacMillan Interview

14 Mar, 2014 by

As we enter 2014, we mark 100 years since the beginning of the First World War. Its scale was staggering, previously unknown, and it...

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