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.

Faith

Life, liberty and the pursuit of laïcité

Why American liberals blame the victims of terror

By Dominic Green

Politics

American Weimar or American Hapsburg?

It’s Austro-Hungarian all over again

By Dominic Green

Art

Booker prized

Notes on a New Orleans professor

By Dominic Green

Media

Hunter Biden and the Big Tech information coup

The internet was supposed to democratize information, but we now see that it has privatized it

By Dominic Green

Politics

Is Joe Biden on drugs?

If not, why not?

By Dominic Green

Politics

Meghan Markle for president

She entered politics the day she married Harry

By Dominic Green

Politics

What if the polls are right?

A swing and a miss

By Dominic Green

Europe

What’s the real reason for Joe Biden’s Brexit threats?

All of this is what Biden, a fifth-generation Irish American, would call ‘malarkey’

By Dominic Green

Middle East

Pompeo’s principles

Talking policy, paradigms and turning Trump’s instincts into reality

By Dominic Green

Politics

Abraham Accords signing ‘a joyous day’, says Pompeo

Reviving the Iran Deal would be ‘the wrong policy’

By Dominic Green

Art

Hollywood’s transrace hypocrisy

The Academy Awards are making America look stupid in front of the entire world

By Dominic Green

Europe

Leaked letter: Boris Johnson rejects Trump on Iran sanctions

The UK is siding with France and Germany at the UN

By Dominic Green

Politics

Where is Biden’s post-convention bounce?

Polls suggest the DNC was a flop

By Dominic Green

Politics

The Republicans have a race problem

For both parties, the strategy for base turnout undermines the strategy for winning the center

By Dominic Green

Books

On the square, on the level

The Craft: How Freemasons Made the Modern World by John Dickie reviewed

By Dominic Green

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