British colonialism

The English Track Record

Rosie Llewellyn-Jones

A traveller’s tale from colonial India

Unfair Play

Where was Winston Churchill’s statesmanship when it came to India?

‘This idea of progress is one of the most terrible myths,’ says Amitav Ghosh

Amitav Ghosh talks about his new book that charts the transformative effect of the poppy on the making of the world in a conversation with

Churchill’s Bengal Famine

The killing of three million Indians is a story waiting to be retold

A Passage to India

The diplomatic manoeuvrings behind the East India Company

The Unruly Road to Revolution

The emergence of constitutional politics in America has a larger story to tell

Churchill on Trial

Seeing history through the prism of the present

Churchill’s Endgame in India

Was he a nasty imperialist or a British patriot?

Delhi to Hyderabad

A historical novel traces how the nizam’s state acceded to India


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