New English Review

March 2015

New York Restaurant by Edward Hopper



A Battle of Algiers by Theodore Dalrymple

The Middle East is Now a More Flammable Tinderbox Than Ever

by Conrad Black

Bearing the Cross: A Letter to ISIS by Mark Durie

The Historical, Legal, and Political Contexts of the Russian Annexation of Crimea

by Lawrence A. Howard

And Death Shall Have His Dominion

by Theodore Dalrymple

Israel Facing a Perfect Storm

by Jerry Gordon and Mike Bates

Nuclear Deterrence is a Deadly Game by Louis René Beres

A Clash of Cultures at Charlie Hebdo by Joseph S. Spoerl

Obama’s Self-Organizing Rhetoric by James Como

But Wh…Wh..What about….!?: Islam and Finding Something Else to Worry About

by Thomas Samm

Did President Obama’s Violent Extremism Conference Fail?

by Jerry Gordon

Virtual Hot Pots and Brain Rot by G. Murphy Donovan

I Cry for You Argentina! by Anónimo Argentino

Relativism and Truth by Stanislav Solomovitch

The Wind and the Lion – Hollywood’s Defense of Radical Islam in the Shadow of Vietnam

by Norman Berdichevsky

Skepticism Checks Its Coat at the Door of Science

by Lorna Salzman

Crisis and Creativity in Jewish History by Moshe Dann

Honor Thy Father by Geoffrey Clarfield

Conclusions: Kosti’s Menck & Nat (Part II)

by Richard Kostelanetz

Short Stories:

The First Orthodontist of Secunderabad

by David P. Gontar

“We’ll Always Have Paris,” Or, Thanks Is Not Enough

by Sam Bluefarb

The Water Wheel of Love by Gopikrishnan Kottoor


Love Down the Millennia: Three Poems by Heinrich Heine

translated by Thomas Ország-Land

Paper Boats by Dilip Mohapatra

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