In his New York Times bestseller, ‘Do I Make Myself Clear: Why Writing Well Matters,’ Harold Evans pleads for clarity in language. Here he looks at the benighted age of Trump.
Harold Evans, author of The American Century, and Reuters editor-at-large.
For telling her story, writes Harold Evans, the woman who was a victim in Mao’s Cultural Revolution is once more the target of a mob.
Table-tennis wizard Marty Reisman dazzled crowds for decades. By Harold Evans.
Harold Evans says we should look at Zbigniew Brzezinski’s sobering account of the country’s status in the world today.
The Palestinian Authority claims in English to being pursuing peace, but their Arabic tells a different story.
With his jobs speech the president found a new voice—and perhaps his inner Truman, says Harold Evans.
President Obama says he won't release the photo of Osama bin Laden's dead body. Former Sunday Times editor Harold Evans, who was assailed for publishing images of violence, on why exhibiting the dead terrorist would be obscene.