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.

Politics

Children of the revolution

When the peasants are revolting, the heirs to privilege incite but don’t fight

By Dominic Green

Politics

Antifa’s white privilege

Even in a riot, the races aren’t equal

By Dominic Green

Politics

We need a Pompeo Plan to tame the dragon

The demagogues’ answer is to repatriate American production overnight. But this is impossible

By Dominic Green

Books

Can we believe Ilhan Omar’s autobiography?

This Is What America Looks Like: My Journey from Refugee to Congresswoman by Ilhan Omar reviewed

By Dominic Green

Politics

Trump picks a Swedish model

As with reindeer, immunity is in the herd

By Dominic Green

Education

Welcome to COVID College

Corona bursts education’s business bubble

By Dominic Green

Humor

COVID-19: the bluffer’s guide

‘That’s the viral test. I’m talking about the antibody test’

By Dominic Green

Politics

Lockdown is over. Someone tell the government

Americans want to do whatever they feel like doing: what else are natural rights for?

By Dominic Green

Books

Making a killing

The Celestial Hunter by Roberto Calasso reviewed

By Dominic Green

Middle East

Netanyahu’s wages of winning

The 14-page ‘coalition agreement’ sounds less like Gantz’s roadmap to power and more like a political suicide note, written for him by Netanyahu

By Dominic Green

Media

The Meghan & Harry Show will end in tears

Now they’ve left the royal family, Meghan and Harry want to change their terms of engagement with the media to Hollywood rules

By Dominic Green

Politics

Trump walks the recovery tightrope

Good cop, bad cop…then back to work?

By Dominic Green

Europe

Will coronavirus kill the eurozone?

Merkel fiddles while Rome goes bankrupt

By Dominic Green

Faith

Plagues at Passover

As the story of Passover and the Exodus shows, without faith we are nowhere, dependent on the arbitrary caprice of the market and the pharaoh

By Dominic Green

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