New English Review

February 2016

Fruit Pieces with Peaches Covered by a Handkerchief by Raphaelle Peale


A Hornets’ Nest of Morality by Theodore Dalrymple

American Injustice by Conrad Black

Who Can Save Us From Western Civilisation?

by Fergus Downie

Notes From The Lower Education: The Looters and the Looting

by Samuel Hux

Daesh Jr. Strikes a Jew in Marseille by Nidra Poller

See Something, Say Something by G. Murphy Donovan

Counterterrorism Impasse: a discussion with Col. Richard E. Kemp (ret.) CBE and Dr. Sebastian Gorka

by Jerry Gordon, Lisa Benson and Richard Cutting

Conversions from Islam to Christianity by Ibn Warraq

Patriotism Is Not an Optional Extra by Robert Henderson

Outgrowing the Past by Bradford Tuckfield

The Genius of the Multilingual Swiss and Their Confederal Republic (CH)

by Norman Berdichevsky

Russian Intervention in Middle East Conflicts

by Jerry Gordon and Mike Bates

Reconsidering Literary Blacklisting by Richard Kostelanetz

Attila the Hen by G. Murphy Donovan

“Thank you Donald” by Lorna Salzman

Book Reviews:

The Myth of the Andalusian Paradise

by Norman Berdichevsky

Bernard Kops, Poetry & Peril by Thomas Ország-Land

The Making of Anti-Muslim Protest – Grassroots Activism in the English Defence League

by Esmerelda Weatherwax

Literary Criticism:

Thornton Wilder: Two Laments by James Como

Glimpsing a Revolution through the Chinks of the Text: Deconstructing Mrichchhakatika

by Ankur Betageri

Short Stories:

The Faces of Love by Sam Bluefarb

The University Talk that Cost Ali Wheatley His Career

by A. Human Being

The Merchant of Scarsdale by David P. Gontar


Three Poems From a Sequence: Nightmare Versions

by Evelyn Hooven

Flow Infinite by Dilip Mohapatra

A Hand is the First Thing One Gives to Another

by Sutapa Chaudhuri

Saffron Rain by Ankur Betageri


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