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.

Middle East

Boycott Christmas!

Don’t be fooled by the Zionist narrative!

By Dominic Green

Europe

Should George Soros be Person of the Year?

It depends on which year

By Dominic Green

Art

The Green Room podcast: Auctions, sculptures, and horse flesh – the best art exhibitions in 2018

This week, I’m casting the pod with a congeries of crack art critics from The New Criterion: James Panero, Benjamin Riley and Andrew Shea. In the background, instead of sleigh bells and carol singers, you can dimly hear the smashing of plates and the roar of laughter as The New Criterion’s Christmas party gets under […]

By Dominic Green

Art

Hail Mary

Mary Queen of Scots reviewed

By Dominic Green

China

The confusion of the Confucians

Kissinger is right about Trump, of course

By Dominic Green

Art

The Green Room, Spectator USA’s Life & Arts podcast: The Greek way of death

David Saunders of the J. Paul Getty Museum discusses their latest exhibition

By Dominic Green

Art

Is Roger really what Ailes the American republic?

Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes reviewed

By Dominic Green

Art

The height of hypocrisy: why on earth is Bohemian Rhapsody up for a Golden Globe?

It’s a mediocre vehicle that promotes Queen’s back catalog and some contemporary virtues

By Dominic Green

Art

The Green Room, Spectator USA’s Life & Arts podcast: Talking blues with Chris Thomas King

This week on the Green Room, I’m talking the blues with Grammy-winning blues artist Chris Thomas King. Earlier this week, King wrote for Spectator USA a scathing criticism of the policies of the Grammys’ Blues category. King is an African American from Louisiana. He is the son of a blues musician, and grew up in […]

By Dominic Green

Art

Court with its pants down

The Favourite reviewed

By Dominic Green

Politics

George H.W. Bush was the representative president

The death of the last president to have served in World War Two represents the passing of an age

By Dominic Green

Art

The Green Room: What do we get? Pete Shelley of Buzzcocks

Buzzcocks were ‘the fastest thing on two reels’

By Dominic Green

Art

Bernardo Bertolucci was more pervert than genius

His films were boring, too

By Dominic Green

Politics

’Twas the night after Thanksgiving

What will the White House’s Thanksgiving look like in 10 years’ time?

By Dominic Green

Art

The Green Room podcast: Nicolas Roeg and Performance

The director Nicolas Roeg, who died on Friday aged 90, was a master of daring, dreamlike cinema — so daring and dreamlike, in fact, that the studios often didn’t know what to do with his films. Walkabout (1971) lost money on its release, but slowly became a cult classic. Bad Timing (1980) so alarmed the […]

By Dominic Green

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