Judicial overreach cannot make up for the shortcomings of politicians ... especially in the field of human rights.


Join us on 5 Feb for a panel discussion of Jonathan Sumption's Trials of the State


This is not an elegy for a liberal international order under threat, but a call for rethinking it, in light of its long and troubled history.


Professor Sir Adam Roberts, former British Academy President 


Who decides what should remain in the public domain and what should be privately protected?


Roxana Radu, Internet policymaking expert and Oxford postdoctoral researcher



I posit that James Wilson, one of the leaders of the Federalist Party, learnt his jurisprudence at the feet of Adam Smith.


Iain McLean, Senior Research Fellow in Politics, Oxford

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