Deputy Editor

Dominic Green

Dominic Green, PhD, FRHistS is a critic, historian and the deputy editor of The Spectator’s World edition. The author of four books, he writes widely on the arts and current affairs, and contributes regularly to the Wall Street Journal and the New Criterion. His next book, The Religious Revolution, is forthcoming with Farrar, Strauss & Giroux.

The Green Room

Hawkwind: a very British tale

In this week’s edition of The Green Room, deputy editor of The Spectator‘s World edition Dominic Green meets D.J. Taylor, who writes in the latest edition of The Spectator World, about Hawkwind, unlikely champions of the British rock underground. Less a band, more a way of life, the fascinating story of Hawkwind veers from the […]

By Dominic Green

Internet

Seth Rogen’s Jewish problem

The masters of the algorithm appear unwilling to do anything at all about anti-Jewish racism

By Dominic Green

Science & Tech

America’s race to the bottom

The nation has an anal fixation

By Dominic Green

Music

Van Morrison is a sane man in a mad world

The Morrison cancel mob are dancing to the tune of the oligarchy that is trashing American democracy

By Dominic Green

Politics

Democrats for Hamas

Aspirational racism for the left

By Dominic Green

Politics

Joe Biden, master of puppets?

The left are pulling Biden’s strings

By Dominic Green

Europe

Elena Ferrante’s Italian job

Ferrante was the Flaubert of the Pantsuit Nation, a harbinger of Hillary’s page-turning presidency

By Dominic Green

Business

How Prince Harry became celebrity frontman for a very questionable industry

He’s now a corporate mascot for ‘life coaching’

By Dominic Green

Politics

Hunter Biden’s Beautiful Things is an ugly piece of fiction

Only in America — and banana republics and one-party dictatorships — can naked nepotism be converted into virtue

By Dominic Green

Politics

Joe Biden unmasked

Desk becomes him

By Dominic Green

Politics

Joe Biden’s presidency is a reality TV series in a care home

The President’s first press conference was nerve-wracking and enervating to watch

By Dominic Green

Politics

Biden cares about borders — as long as they’re Irish

The emerging signature of this presidency isn’t radicalism and ruthlessness: it’s incompetence and unreality

By Dominic Green

Politics

Meghan ’n’ Joe’s empire of the sentiments

Biden dispenses serotonin the way Barack Obama dispensed drone strikes

By Dominic Green

Middle East

Iran has already beaten Biden

Pulling defeat from the jaws of defeat

By Dominic Green

Politics

Major Jewish groups split over Biden’s anti-Israel staffers

A crisis in Jewish American politics is coming

By Dominic Green

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