In the magazine this month

November 2017

As the EU tries to abolish the nation state, a Hobbesian concept of national sovereignty is the basis of the US President’s emerging doctrine
It was a trivial incident at a Prom concert in September that brought home to me just how fatal the European project has become — not so much for Britain, as for Europe.
DOUGLAS MURRAY
A new biography of the extraordinary Italian journalist and novelist reveals a woman who never backed away from seeking the truth
GERALD FROST
The Magyar leader revels in his role as Europe’s Bad Boy, but he has failed to end a long Hungarian history of corruption and stagnation
ROBIN HARRIS
In Croatia, the catch-all word ‘antifascism’ is back in vogue to defend the indefensible: the appalling record of Communist rule in Yugoslavia
 
JONATHAN KAY
Allan Bloom was the first to diagnose the pathological hatred of Western civilisation on campus. The malaise is much worse now
ALAN BEKHOR
The quasi-religious adulation of the Labour leader by his mainly young admirers is a result of the spiritual vacuum left by secularism