It shouldn't take extraordinary acts to prove one deserves to be a citizen. Could the blockchain provide an answer?
A great debate has raged over what precisely this field can tell us. Ninety years later physicists still can’t decide
Ken Roth / August 2, 2018
A response to Prospect’s August profile of the remarkable UN diplomat
Prospect Team / August 1, 2018
Historian Sarah Churchwell talks to Prospect about Donald Trump and her new book
What if it wasn’t Britain leaving but another member state?
From a silent classic to experimental shorts, there have been interesting efforts to capture the Divine Comedy on film
The divide between poorer pupils and their peers is not closing nearly fast enough
This isn't about two wings of a party fighting for supremacy. It's about complicity—and whether or not you believe my identity matters
Sperm counts have been decreasing for decades. Nobody seems to know why it’s happening, and not much is being done to find out, but we could be facing a public health disaster
The Miller Supreme Court case put parliament back in the driving seat but MPs squandered the opportunity