Jasmine Donahaye investigates the antisemitic slur against Plaid Cymru
Essays and Debate archive
Dafydd Glyn Jones questions whether it is justified to speculate that Saunders Lewis moved steadily towards the right in the 1930s
Kenneth O. Morgan examines how our relationship with Europe has been articulated by four political leaders across two centuries
David Melding asks whether Welsh public services can thrive without the market
Michael Kenny explores what current Labour Party thinking about the English Question owes to the New Left pioneers
Tom Nairn says globalisation is bringing a redefinition of borderlands rather than their abolition.
Christopher Meredith reports on a writer’s month in Novo Mesto, a city on a bend of the Krka river close to the border with Croatia
Sunder Katwala asks why Englishness has been suppressed for so long and what kind of identity is emerging
Anthony Barnett argues that the mess that Jeremy Hunt wishes to see sorted out is the very fusion of politicians, journalists and media owners that govern us – the political class.
Dafydd Iwan and Dafydd Roberts asks whether the crisis in the Welsh music business represents the kiss of life or death