July 2014 issue of Prospect Magazine (#220)
The collapse of the latest peace talks leaves Israel "in a real bind," but may also open...
The problem poses deep questions for the country
It could be time to boost the money we earn from the land
Six problems with the way we redistribute wealth
The Indian Prime Minister's election victory threatens the country's secular identity
How can the Labour leader revive his fortunes?
The city is setting an example that others should follow
Why is the Chinese government discouraging learning our language?
Bank branches won't be around for much longer
Baseball could have become the dominant global game
What is the future of banking in the digital age?
She has given the Front National a makeover, but it remains true to itself
Climate crisis or the fuel of the future? Our panellists battle it out
If banks don't innovate, others will step in to fill the gap
Politicians must resist the temptation to bend economic rules
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Arts & Books
From July's issue of Prospect
Teleportation and LSD trips could help us understand the nature of personal identity
Short fiction from one of China’s most celebrated writers
Nicola Barker’s 10th novel is a dark comedy of manners set in 1984 near Rye, East...
The 19th century gave birth to the modern world, so can an epic new history revitalise...
The painter was an idealist whose ideas were doomed to fail—But his art remains as...
For many, Indonesia is a mysterious place of shadow puppets and spice islands, though...
Laura Marsh / June 19, 2014
In his tenth novel, Travelling Sprinkler, Nicholson Baker revisits Paul Chowder, the...