Articles by David Patrikarakos
David Patrikarakos / August 16, 2017
Trita Parsi's new book "Losing An Enemy" is the most detailed examination of the nuclear deal so far written
David Patrikarakos / February 2, 2017
David Patrikarakos / January 17, 2017
"At the heart of every-thing stands one question: what should public media in the 21st century look like?"
Despite his unpredictability, he is obsessed with Russia, China and nuclear weapons
If Middle Eastern countries can accept free-market “soft power” ideas, they may become more amenable to the American way of doing things
The former Israeli prime minister and president has died aged 93
Those that are most inclined to monitor the country are distracted
He is smart—which is why his imprisonment matters
Books in brief: The Myth of Meritocracy: 'Why Working-Class Kids Still Get Working-Class Jobs' by James Bloodworth
David Patrikarakos / July 14, 2016
The Myth of Meritocracy: Why Working-Class Kids Still Get Working-Class Jobs by James Bloodworth (Biteback, £10) The pursuit of meritocracy, James Bloodworth argues, is a “modern political...
David Patrikarakos / June 16, 2016
William Collins, £18.99 “Diplomacy is Darwinian: its practitioners need to evolve to survive.” This is the first line of Tom Fletcher’s excellent new book on diplomacy—or perhaps more...