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.

Art

We’re deep into Cats

Why T.S. Eliot, who loved cats, might have liked this feline filth

By Dominic Green

Faith

The hope of Chanukah

The Abrahamic family house has many mansions

By Dominic Green

Politics

Trump’s ‘Jew shenanigans’

The president leads where the media and politicians fail

By Dominic Green

Politics

Bernie Sanders leans into anti-Semitism

By making Linda Sarsour his surrogate, the Democratic candidate has betrayed his heritage and his party

By Dominic Green

Politics

Trump is saving Nato

Isn’t it bromantic?

By Dominic Green

Europe

Prince Andrew has never looked more guilty

Five women want to call on the prince as a witness into Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged crimes

By Dominic Green

Europe

Allegations of anti-Semitism are damaging to Labour, but not toxic

Don’t be surprised if support for the party doesn’t collapse

By Dominic Green

Art

Leonardo da Virtual

Mass tourism has overwhelmed our major museums. Could virtual reality be the solution?

By Dominic Green

Middle East

Trump and Netanyahu will win again

American media have cried Wolf Blitzer for too long

By Dominic Green

Internet

The groypers are American fascists

Anyone who has read the news in the last three years knows that there is no such thing as Trumpism

By Dominic Green

Europe

Donald Trump, Brexit voice of reason

As Washington obsesses over impeachment, the Donald chews the fat with his buddy Nigel

By Dominic Green

Europe

How Meghan Markle lost her sparkle — and why Prince Harry will pay

A hypocrite, entitled beyond the dreams of the grandest duchess

By Dominic Green

Art

Leonardo in Paris

A stunning journey into the ‘science of painting’

By Dominic Green

Politics

Tulsi Gabbard: a Gandhi in Lycra

A spiritual politician for an age of confusion

By Dominic Green

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