Why the West is still worth fighting for


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Tuesday 27th June 2017

Following a panel discussion at the Margaret Thatcher Conference on Security, Oliver Wiseman considers what ‘the West’ means and why it is still worth fighting for.

Oliver sums up the discussions of the “well-qualifed” panel which consisted of former Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks, Thatcher biographer Charles Moore, Washington Post journalist Anne Applebaum, and former Bishop of London Richard Chartres, before moving on to his own conclusions about Western values and how we should defend them.

Read the full piece here.