Articles by David Goodhart
If any Arab country can achieve real democracy, it should be here, where the uprising started
President Saakashvili believes that Georgia’s future lies in western-style reforms. But can one small country in the Caucasus make them work?
The deputy prime minister tells David Goodhart how he shrugs off the cries of “Judas” and accepts that “you often cannot defeat emotion with reason”
An Ipsos Mori poll shows support for the Lib Dems is at its lowest since 1991. Nick Clegg has been the focus of anger towards the party, and Sheffield, the city he represents, has joined in too. But...
This blog accompanies David Goodhart's review of Prospect's first 15 years—click here to read that piece Influence and public noise is not everything, but every political publication wants to...
The first British review of the publishing sensation that trashes the pieties of the 1968 generation. Despite its needless racial provocations, it narrows the gap between the public and politicians
David Goodhart reflects on his 15 years as editor of Prospect
Prospect's founding editor looks back over the 15 years since the magazine was launched—and picks his top ten articles
In the magazine this month: the great money mystery, soap opera in Iran, photos from Burma & more Does it matter in our blasé, postmodern democracy whether political leaders keep their...