May 2012 issue of Prospect Magazine (#194)
Is the Midwest’s only great magazine heading into the sunset?
Western intervention in Iraq has widened the old schisms of the Middle East
This year's Euro 2012 host has been untouched by the financial crisis, but for Poland,...
Ed Miliband warns his MPs against complacency
Andy Davis sets out four ways for personal investors to tap into new thriving economies
Tread with care in southeast Asia
Jim O Neill / April 24, 2012
South America’s economic star cannot live by commodities alone
George Magnus / April 24, 2012
Party reform will decide China’s economic future. That should worry us all
Markets alone should not determine our conception of what is desirable
The new instalment of an immense biography records how Lyndon Johnson survived political...
Two years in, Tory voters disapprove of the government’s domestic reforms
America’s political ground has shifted to the right
Bronwen Maddox introduces the May issue of Prospect
Extracts from diaries and writings on exams
Time for some lessons in British history—from the French
Science and Technology
Research may open the way for a conceptual shift of Copernican proportions
Could there be a better time to discuss the measurement of happiness than just before the...
Arts & Books
Is director Robert Wilson still a visionary? asks James Woodall
Stage adaptations of films are colonising the London theatre scene. A pity they're...
Jonathan Franzen came of age at the same time as the internet. But he and his peers are...
Magic is no longer about sparkly shirts and pulling rabbits from hats, says Laura Marsh....
Inventing the universe, an oriental makeover and Tube trivia—May’s books offer a...