November 2015 issue of Prospect Magazine (#236)
Alex Perry / October 15, 2015
The continent is getting more prosperous and democratic by the day
It should attack the government's analysis, not its motives
Henry Kissinger became the most reviled and admired statesman of his time. Whatever his...
Unlikely, but voters do like many of his left-wing policies
Sluggish growth, an ageing population and a refugee crisis - will the union survive?
How can we put a value on the natural environment?
John Harris / October 15, 2015
How the legendary producer's hit factory works
Has the world economy’s main engine of growth suddenly become its biggest threat?
America created Trump but now it can't control him
Here's the way to make housing more affordable
The chancellor's speech set out a coherent and often radical plan for changing Britain
Trump's fights with the other candidates are keeping America interested
David Goodhart, Cathryn Costello / October 15, 2015
Are we best serving some of the world's most desperate people?
"I had nightmares about Freddy Krueger before I even saw A Nightmare on Elm Street"
These extracts from memoirs and diaries shed light on how to do one of politics' most...
Intellect stretching mathematical problems
John Browne / October 14, 2015
Ditch the quarterly report and get executives to pick up a book instead
Arts & Books
Woody Allen is a phenomenon but a foul dust floats in his wake
Alexandra Coghlan / October 15, 2015
Biteback, £25 Alfred Brendel writes as tellingly about music as he plays it. Anyone...
Jonathan Derbyshire / October 15, 2015
Yale, £18.99 Writing about the state of the Labour Party in the wake of Margaret...
Faber, £20 David Hare’s beautifully abrasive memoir suggests, as with a firework,...
Bronwen Maddox / October 15, 2015
Nicholas Brealey, £10.99 Standing in an Afghan refugee camp in Peshawar in 2000, I was...
Particular, Penguin, £16.99 Memoir-writing is enjoying a renaissance. A new approach...
Sameer Rahim / October 15, 2015
Faber, £20 In his last novel, The Museum of Innocence, Orhan Pamuk (interview on page...
David Patrikarakos / October 15, 2015
Hurst, £22 Flagg Miller has been there. As the book opens, he is in Yemen having a...
Head of Zeus, £25 Winston Churchill saved Europe from Hitler, saved it again with...
Ann Chisholm / October 15, 2015
Iris Murdoch's many affairs fuelled her intellectual adventures
Sameer Rahim / October 12, 2015
The Nobel laureate says he cannot keep quiet while Turkey’s President attacks freedom...
Where to find cocoa heaven
Where are the intimate relationships my analyst promised?
"Shares bring the greatest dangers because they are the most volatile assets over time"
High pitch has been proven to bring out acidity and low pitch bitterness