Interview: Tom Phillips

Britain's Ambassador to Israel is reinvigorating the peace process

Interview: Joseph Nye

The West's future is brighter than pundits think

A Candle in the Wind

Does protest really make a difference?

Dawkins, Einstein, and God

Scientists are wilfully misquoted in the fight against God-bashing

A Bad Week

Creating human-animal hybrid embryos opens a Pandora's box

No strings attached

A more considered approach to aid for Burma

Ethical equity

Sara-Christine Gemson tries to reconcile corporate profits and corporate promises

Douglas Hurd

Thatcher's former Foreign Secretary talks to Rhian Harris about the Tories then and now

A grave injustice

Richard Rawlings questions the 'pornography of poverty'

Another Cuban revolution?

The softly-softly approach to revolutionary reform


Flying saucers and the end of the world: Oxford Fringe sci-fi shows question life...

Susannah Goldsbrough reviews two Oxford productions at the Edinburgh Fringe that venture into the world of science fiction: 'Doom's Day' (the OUDS National Tour) and 'Lights Over Tesco Car Park.'

Matriculation: Everything you need to know

From sub fusc to punting - matriculation should be a day to remember

Oxford scholar questions £335m painting’s Da Vinci attribution

Wolfson fellow Matthew Landrus says only 5-20% of the 'Salvator Mundi' is Da Vinci's work, after a recording breaking sale at Christie’s auction house

Letter To: My Oxford friends

Deep into the long vac, Annie reflects on her first year friendships

McQueen Review – “an example of masterful documentary film-making”

Ian Bonhôte's creation celebrates McQueen’s legacy as a skilled artist and visionary