New English Review

August 2015

The Cowherd by Constant Troyon



Of Tyrants and Trillions, Part I

and Part II

by Theodore Dalrymple

A Metaphysic of Manners by Samuel Hux

Clive James’ Last Act by John Broening

The Return of the Silent Majority by Rebecca Bynum

Balagan Revisited: 10 Years After the Gaza Withdrawal

by Jerry Gordon

The Iran Deal: What You Need to Know and Aren’t Being Told

by Joseph S. Spoerl

Defending Israel against Iranian Nuclear Aggression: War, Genocide, and International Law

by Louis René Beres

The Iran Nuclear Deal: A Pandora’s Box

by Jerry Gordon and Mike Bates

Peace Processing Iran by Nidra Poller

How Best to Overturn the Iran Nuclear Pact

by Jerry Gordon

Reform Islam? Recognize Kurdistan!

by G. Murphy Donovan

Will Erdogan’s Turkey Frustrate Kurdish Recognition in the War Against ISIS?

by Jerry Gordon

Across the Borderline with Rabbi Stephen Leon

by Geoffrey Clarfield

Invisible Sephardim by Richard Kostelanetz

Scottish Nationalism – The Rancour of the Meek

by Fergus Downie

Marxism’s Opportunistic Interpretation of the National Question

by Norman Berdichevsky

A Tiresome Occupation: Cleansing the Syllabus

by Mark Gullick

Besieged by Hate a review by Shai Afsai

“Invisible” White Man by Richard Kostelanetz

Short Story:

Heaven Knows by James Como


Lines Composed in Meadows Near the Black Forest

by William Ruleman

Diesel Denson at the Podium by David Solway

Father by Bibhu Padhi

Summer, Kolkata by Sutapa Chaudhuri

Eyes by Dilip Mohapatra

War & Love by Miklós Radnóti

translated by Thomas Ország-Land

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