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Voters will judge Trump on the economy, not on his moral or constitutional values
If middle-income Americans feel they are better off, the US president will win a second term, writes Gavin Esler
June 18, 2018
Are mothers to blame for the recent spate of young women extremists?
In two recent cases, the mothers were key figures whose actions in the name of protecting their daughters ended up doing precisely the opposite, writes Gavin Esler
June 11, 2018
Why the Cold War didn't really end when the Soviet Union collapsed
Poland has requested an American armoured division on its soil to counter Russian interference. It should pursue diplomacy instead, writes Gavin Esler
June 4, 2018
Tens of millions of us seek a home away from home – but migrants are easy targets for 'the race card'
An estimated 258 million people live far from the country where they were born but the reception they receive can be hostile – and not all of them integrate, writes Gavin Esler
May 28, 2018
Whether it's Chairman Mao or Churchill, why not let history be taught by the victors?
Attacking English public schools for supposedly kowtowing to China's view of the past is a lesson in hypocrisy, writes Gavin Esler
May 20, 2018
Lies, damned lies and statistics: when does a fabrication become permissible?
Trump's verbal contortions raise the question of whether lying matters anymore as his outrageous claims don't seem to dint his popularity, writes Gavin Esler
May 14, 2018
The best way to prepare for the future is to create it yourself
The world is considerably healthier, wealthier and less dangerous than it was 50 years ago, but where will we be in another 50 years? asks Gavin Esler at The National's Future Forum
May 7, 2018
The secret weapon of the Republicans is loyalty – but it will be sorely tested with the midterm elections just six months away
The big question is whether Republicans sensing defeat in November might be more open about distancing themselves from a president with a bizarre leadership style, incompetent White House staff and dubious personal morality, writes Gavin Esler
April 30, 2018
I stand with Elon Musk: meetings at work are the enemy of creativity
Any of us who have spent our lives as office drones will cheer at his claim that excessive meetings are the blight of big companies, writes Gavin Esler
April 23, 2018
Who would want to join politics when it is so riven with nasty factions?
The search for a new knight in shining armour to rescue us has been going on for years – and not only in Britain, writes Gavin Esler
April 16, 2018