New English Review

January 2016

The Geography Lesson (Portrait of Monsieur Gaudry and His Daughter)
by Louis-Léopold Boilly


Father in the Looking Glass? by Theodore Dalrymple

Looking For Orwell and Finding Gaudí by Samuel Hux

The Treason of the Clerks by Fergus Downie

Wisdom of Crowds Redux by G. Murphy Donovan

The ISIS Chemical Biological Threat to the West: a discussion with Dr. Jill Bellamy

by Jerry Gordon, Lisa Benson and Richard Cutting

Hillary & Evita and their Respective Banana Republics

by Norman Berdichevsky

 Could the North Korean Nuclear Test be a Game Changer for Iran’s Ballistic Missile Program?

by Jerry Gordon and Ilana Freedman

Apostasy, Human Rights, Religion and Belief by Ibn Warraq

Watchdog on Washington Corruption: an interview with Christopher Farrell of Judicial Watch

by Mike Bates with an introduction by Jerry Gordon

Falling Towers by Louis René Beres

Bar Ilan Overseas-For the Freedom of Israel and the West

by Geoffrey Clarfield

Culturist Immigration Policy: It’s “Who We Are”

by John K. Press

Diversity Is Different by J. E. G. Dixon

Mass Humanitarianism is Suicide, Not Altruism

by Lorna Salzman

“Let’s [NOT] Kill All the Lawyers” by David P. Gontar

The Thousandth Anniversary of the Danish Conquest of England

by Norman Berdichevsky

Disappointed Literary Authors by Richard Kostelanetz


Brown University Apologetic but Puzzled by Lorna Salzman

Short Stories:

The Well at San Gimignano by James Como

Ali Wheatley’s Party Story by A. Human Being


Two Poems From a Sequence: Nightmare Versions

by Evelyn Hooven

I’ll not talk to you anymore of that sea

by Gopikrishnan Kottoor

Srinagar, December by Sutapa Chaudhuri

Three Child Survivors by Thomas Ország-Land

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