Here's my pick for this week of longer articles from all over the web. If you've got a Kindle or other eReader, consult the first in this series for how to send them straight from your browser to your device to enjoy later
David Goodhart reviews two books that attempt to answer the question of why conservative ideologies seem to be in the ascendancy at the moment. Are we in a post-liberal future? What are those on the left able to react against these days? Goodhart makes a nuanced argument for a new generation of liberals with a new approach to politics
The transcript of an interview with Moore, in which he elaborates on his idea that the left 'might have been right after all'. Contains some fairly gnomic pronouncements, such as 'Whatever party is in power at present loses'.
The text of a speech made by Adam Posen, External Member of the Monetary Policy Committee at the Bank of England, on why the US economy appears to be recovering better and faster than the UK's. While the initial shock was the same for both, the difference in recovery patterns comes down to investment and consumption behaviour, Posen argues.
Is Rupert Murdoch attempting to influence the outcome of the indepenence referendum? It looks like he might be, Eric Ellis says - after all, we all know that the media mogul likes to back a winner...
A really long one, this, but well worth the effort. Russell returns to Bosnia 20 years after the genocide to discover that very little has changed - the fight continues for peaceful resolution and memorials to those who died. Includes some heartstopping photographs.