Deputy Editor

Dominic Green

Dominic Green, PhD, FRHistS is a critic, historian and the deputy editor of The Spectator’s US 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.

Education

Why are academics defending pedophilia?

A professor at one of the US’s top universities identifies ‘benefits’ for children in having sex with adults

By Dominic Green

Art

Cold War is a true work of art

Cold War reviewed

By Dominic Green

Art

Russell Baker and Masterpiece Journalism

The absence of directness in modern American journalism reflects the cowardice and complicity of the journalists

By Dominic Green

Internet

The Women’s March and the anatomy of fascism

The movement is in crisis, because many women won’t allow themselves to be marched

By Dominic Green

Art

Which Fyre Festival documentary is most worth watching?

Fyre Fraud and Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened reviewed

By Dominic Green

Art

A tale of a dead woman walking

Destroyer reviewed

By Dominic Green

Internet

My week: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

As told to Dominic Green

By Dominic Green

Art

Moral preening and identity politics were the big winners at the Golden Globes

The answer to the race conundrum was to split the difference between the minorities, and give most of the awards to white actors

By Dominic Green

Art

Feeling lucky, pops?

The Mule reviewed

By Dominic Green

Art

The Green Room, Spectator USA’s Life & Arts podcast: Anarchy and Empire with Robert Kaplan

The failures of American foreign policy are caused by the convergence of factors domestic and foreign

By Dominic Green

Europe

The beginning is nigh

20 predictions for 2019

By Dominic Green

Art

The critics are wrong about Holmes & Watson

Holmes & Watson reviewed

By Dominic Green

Books

Amos Oz, a giant of Israeli literature and politics

In Oz’s novels, the materiality of politics dominates the waking day, and the dreams and nightmares of literature the sleepless nights

By Dominic Green

Middle East

Trump’s Mideast carve-up

Christmas came early for Turkey

By Dominic Green

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