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Dominic Green

Dominic Green, PhD, FRHistS is a critic, historian and the 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.

Politics

Kyle Rittenhouse is still no hero

The media defamed him and his acquittal was just but that doesn’t mean he did the right thing

By Dominic Green

Politics

Joe Biden is asleep at the wheel

The only thing worse than not showing up is showing up and making a fool of yourself

By Dominic Green

Politics

Biden builds back in the USSR

CNN lobs him softballs and he still can’t remember Kyrsten Sinema’s name

By Dominic Green

Politics

Pete Buttigieg’s high class problems

The smart set are explaining away the supply-chain fiasco as middle-class false consciousness

By Dominic Green

Politics

Kamala Harris panders to antisemitism

When it comes to the Democrats, the fish now rots from the head

By Dominic Green

International

Joe Biden is breaking up Nato

The submarine feud with France conceals a darker absentmindedness

By Dominic Green

Politics

In defense of AOC’s Met Gala dress

The pseudo-moralistic accusations of decadence, hypocrisy and immodesty feed her fame

By Dominic Green

Politics

The buck stops with Biden

The painful truth is now undeniable

By Dominic Green

Science & Tech

How did America’s top authors miss the COVID story?

The CDC first denied there was a problem, then issued mixed messages and finally threw up its collective hands

By Dominic Green

Science & Tech

Exclusive: New York Times quashed COVID origins inquiry

The Times, according to two well-placed sources, refused to investigate the biggest story of our time

By Dominic Green

Politics

The monsters we become

Nietzsche was the first to ‘own the libs’

By Dominic Green

Politics

Joe Biden’s digital serfs

Social media has unhinged the voters and bypassed both the rational mind and the rational systems it once created

By Dominic Green

Sports

Football is more than a religion to the English

The English game has come back to the English in modern, living form

By Dominic Green

Education

The rights and wrongs of Nikole Hannah-Jones

The liberal arts are neither liberal nor artistic in our universities. They are illiberal and imaginatively barren

By Dominic Green

Middle East

Raisi’s election confirms the futility of returning to the Iran Deal

Iran’s president-elect is what Hannah Arendt would have called a schreibtischtäter, a ‘desk murderer’

By Dominic Green

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