New English Review

June 2015

Cliff Walk at Pourville by Claude Monet



Reading Your Stasi by Theodore Dalrymple

The Kingdom of Heaven is at Hand by Rebecca Bynum

Every Four Years, An Exercise in Futility

by Louis René Beres

How the U.S. Lost the World’s Respect by Conrad Black

Books Do Furnish A Mind, Part III by Ibn Warraq

Devastating Chronologies: Israel, Time, and Power

by Louis René Beres

Why Arabs Hate Reading by Colin Wells

Sir Joshua and the Tumbling Walls by Theodore Dalrymple

Blood Sacrifice: Understanding Palestinian Terror Violence Against Israel

by Louis René Beres

The Canonization of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

by G. Murphy Donovan

Why Won’t Pamela Geller Behave? by Lorna Salzman

Trojan Horse Federal Refugee Program Brings Jihadi Threat to America: An Interview with Ann Corcoran

by Jerry Gordon and Mike Bates

The Ghosts of Eldorado by Geoffrey Clarfield

A Dispatch from the New Labour Wasteland

by Henry James

Mahal – The Third International Brigade When Israel Was the Darling of the Left

by Norman Berdichevsky

Christian Zionism: The Antidote for the World’s Oldest Hatred

by Tricia Miller

How One Southern California Jewish Federation Undermines Student Zionism at a State University

by Jerry Gordon

The Oslo Abomination: Israel’s Socialist Peacemakers

by Sha’i ben-Tekoa

The Half-Baked Politicisation of Christian Cakeries

by Robert Harris

The War of a Million Cuts a review by Jerry Gordon

SoHo Zuked Again & Me Exploited

by Richard Kostelanetz

Atheism as a Value System by Ankur Betageri

Mea Culpa, Dos: A Reconsideration of John Dos Passos

by Samuel Hux

The Sick and the Well: Playing at Life in “Daisy Miller”

by Janel Tassel

Skepticism About Single-Winner Prizes

by Richard Kostelanetz

Short Story:

The Voyage by David P. Gontar


Swimmers On The Eisbach by William Ruleman

Another Tree by Bibhu Padhi

Victory in Europe, 1945 by András Mezei

translated by Thomas Ország-Land

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