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Will China’s admiration of the US triumph over its antagonism?
The world's money and people are pouring into the capital. Don't knock it.
Is Iran's new President a friend or foe?
Why do so many people fail to accept the overwhelming evidence that genes contribute to academic achievement and thereby social status, asks Jill Boucher
A century old, crosswords have become more cryptic—and British
On 29th October, Prospect hosted an event with Jeremy Paxman at London’s Royal Geographical Society to discuss his new book Great Britain’s Great War with Prospect’s editor Bronwen Maddox
This is politics at its worst
Science is becoming more self-critical
Disruptions are likely to recur until the composition of Congress changes
The immigration bill is attempting to enshrine injustice in statute
Prospect’s counter-factual column
Voters don’t like it, but Chinese investment could be key to funding British infrastructure
The civil service should be more fun to work for
These machines would have huge benefits, but scientists are struggling to create one
Three provocative new books by Eric Schlosser, Rudolph Herzog and Patrick Marnham seek to rouse us from our post-Cold War slumbers
Evelyn Toynton asks why Molly Lefebure, 40 years after passionately defending Coleridge, has now turned against the poet
Muller's fragile prose reminds us of the lasting impact history can have on the imagination
By choosing his favourite movie "moments," David Thomson is just looking for pretext: He can't resist telling us everything he knows about film
Large scale poverty is the result of political and organisational failures
Lee's subject was too elusive to be loved
The theology professor and author helps us understand ancient and medieval readings of Job
Insecure and arrogant, difficult and charming—Kennedy's assassination continues to overwhelm our attempts to see him straight
A new biography of Norman Mailer misses the mark
Should you accompany your four-year-old daughter into the men's toilets?
The author and film director imagines a conversation with the notorious French libertine