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July 2020 issue
The US’s poor performance in tackling Covid-19 versus China’s apparent success in locking it down has led some to believe that the liberal model can never be as effective as an authoritarian one. But there’s plenty in liberal democracy still wor...
How Monty Don became the nation's gardener
Britain's next great health crisis is already here
Trump has pulled the US apart. That doesn't mean Biden can beat him
Covid-19 didn’t escape from a lab—but the next deadly virus could
The Ebola epidemic warned us what was coming. Why didn't we listen?
Venezuela's two presidents
Coronavirus, the rise of “acceptable authoritarianism” and the battle for democracy
Young, brash and egotistical—the continent’s new generation of leaders scorn today’s EU, but might just save Europe
Stephen Collins's cartoon: Doing science—maverick style
The Prospect editorial—Planet waves
Letters: July 2020
The Prospect puzzle and crossword: July 2020
Hannah Berry’s Cartoon: Incredible murmurations
Brief Encounter, Lee Child: "I like ironing. I hate Mozart. I've never read Jane Austen"
Three charts that show the risk of coronavirus to the old
The duel: could Covid-19 kill off the EU?
Bruno Maçães , Anu Bradford
Could China and India be heading for war?
The remarkably short slide from me worrying about relatives in Wuhan to them worrying about me
Why a rise in home working will have big implications for investors
Investment report: chasing yields in a new world
What effects will Covid-19 have on jobs, social care, cities? A politicians' symposium
The Covid race riddle defies skin-deep simplicities
Why truth will have its revenge
Desperate bosses and vulnerable workers: We face an imminent "clash of the reasonable"
Schumpeter’s virus: How “creative destruction” could save the coronavirus economy
Arts & Books
Mind the gender gap: Why it's time for an equality revolution in parenting
The mystery of Dickens remains unsolved
The best theatre to watch online this July 2020—Hamilton on Disney and a Streetcar Named Desire at the Young Vic
Why the universe still glows from the Big Bang
A dazzling and disconcerting tour of our migratory world
Shortcuts to stereotypes
Judges aren't our enemies—they're the best defence we have
The best television to watch in July 2020—The Salisbury Poisonings and El Presidente
Has China won? Not yet
The best podcasts this July 2020—Louis Theroux's Grounded and Rule of Three
While my sitar gently weeps
The best films to stream in July 2020—A White, White Day and The Booksellers
Why do British Muslims become jihadists? The answer is more complex than you might think
The best opera and classical music in July 2020—BBC Proms and Bavarian State Opera
Reasons to be cheerful: despite what we see on the news, things are getting better all the time
The best online art in July 2020—Young Rembrandt on the BBC and Léon Spilliaert at the RA
Society and Culture
The way we were: Virginia Woolf and George Orwell on hot English summers
Not so soulless after all: In praise of lockdown-era artificial plants
Celebrity chef culture was getting out of control. Then the pandemic hit
What would Ovid make of coronavirus?
The joys of birdwatching under lockdown
Yolo Boomers and electric scooters: The rise of lockdown-era "reverse parenting"
Jobs and vacancies
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