New English Review

November 2015

Night Sleeper by Andrew Wyeth



Let Us Now Praise Famous Men by Theodore Dalrymple

Bob Woodward and the Watergate Myth  by Conrad Black

Why Oslo Failed: Confronting “Peace Now”

by Louis René Beres

Putin Rising by G. Murphy Donovan

Once More (and Patience Please), Why No American Socialism?

by Samuel Hux

Depending on Execution by Theodore Dalrymple

Jean Baudrillard vs. America? by Paul Austin Murphy

Pastor Kaj Munk: Martyr of the Danish Resistance

by Norman Berdichevsky

Iraqi Christians Face Extinction: an interview with Joseph T. Kassab

by Jerry Gordon

In Defense of Ben Carson’s Remarks on the Holocaust

by Norman Berdichevsky

Putin’s Great Game in the Middle East and Eastern Europe: an interview with Dr. Michael Rubin

by Jerry Gordon and Lisa Benson

Two Inquiries by Richard Kostelanetz

Leaving Hinduism to Embrace Equality

by Ankur Betageri

The Delicious Irony of Irwin Schiff (1928-2015), R.I.P.

by Richard Kostelanetz

Short Stories:

In-the-Closet-Saladin by A. Human Being

Dancing with Minguito by David P. Gontar


Vale atque Ave by James Como

You Might Not Choose to Read These Lines

by Bibhu Padhi

Potatoes Cooked for Dinner by Sutapa Chaudhuri

Definitive Me by Dilip Mohapatra

Where Could a Poet Run? by Miklós Radnóti

translated by Thomas Ország-Land

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