New English Review

March 2016

Ulysses Deriding Polyphemus by JMW Turner


Slaves of the Combustion Engine by Theodore Dalrymple

Signs of Hope for Fresh Thinking in the U.S. and the U.K.

by Conrad Black

Islam: What Is To Be Done? by G. Murphy Donovan

Where Have You Gone, Vinegar Joe? by Samuel Hux

Muslims and Atheism by Ibn Warraq

Progressivism is Hostile to Humanism by Patrick Frank

Culturism and Modernism: An Academic Odyssey

by John K. Press

A Tempered Heart: Valentine’s Days in a Chinese Odyssey

by Lizhi He

Can Our Ballistic Missile Defense System Shield Us from Rogue Regime ICBMs?

by Jerry Gordon

Nuclear War or Nuclear Peace? Israel’s Post-Iran Pact Options

by Louis René Beres

Britannia Waives the Rules by Michael Curtis

Erdogan’s War Against Democracy in Turkey: Interview with Mehmet Yuksel of HDP

by Jerry Gordon

“Stand Up for Bastards”: Natural Issue in the 1571 Act of Parliament, 13 Eliz., c. 1

by David P. Gontar

The Vote for the Greatest Portuguese and its Leading Candidates

by Norman Berdichevsky

Social Justice Warriors’ War Against the Enlightenment

by Lorna Salzman

Why I Don’t Read Newspapers by Richard Kostelanetz

Book reviews:

And Yet… by Christopher Ward-Greene (removed by request of the author)

They Also Serve by John M. Joyce

Short Stories:

Chattel Women—Nigeria, 2014 by A. Human Being

The Magical Universe by Kanchan Bhattacharya

September Song by P. David Hornik

The Good Thief by James Como


The Tree at Frost’s Window Replies by Evelyn Hooven

Trigger Warning by Len Krisak

I Would Call You Today by Sutapa Chaudhuri

The Garden by David Sollway

Miklós Radnóti: Learn… To Write Upon The Skies

by Thomas Ország-Land

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