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Prospect Magazine  |  Jul-18  


In Prospect's July issue: Editor of Prospect Tom Clark tackles the major fault lines developing in the Conservative Party over Brexit, arguing that the issue could be one of those few occasions where the Tories can’t overcome a significant challenge. Alongside his lead essay, Andrew Gamble, professor of politics at the University of Sheffield, examines why many European parties on the right are struggling and why the continent should be worried. Conservative MP Lee Rowley charts what some of the policy areas that the Tories will have to deal with beyond Brexit if they are to get it right.

Elsewhere in the issue: Nabeelah Jaffer tries to answer one of the most difficult questions of our time: how do you de-radicalise an extremist. Using examples from both the UK and Denmark, she argues that the UK model needs more work to be effective; Philip Collins asks why Britain’s towns have fallen by the wayside while its cities have thrived; and Sam Tanenhaus profiles “the real deal-maker” in Donald Trump’s White House, Mike Pompeo, after the Secretary of State oversaw the US-North Korea summit.
The leading magazine of ideas, current affairs and culture

Prospect has established itself as the must-read title for those with a keen interest in politics, economics, history, philosophy, science, literature and the arts.

Prospect’s depth sets it apart. Each issue brings together the sharpest minds on the events and ideas that define the modern world. What results is an entertaining, informative and open-minded magazine that mixes compelling argument and clear headed analysis with elegance and vitality in design.

As a Prospect reader you will benefit from:

- The big ideas that are shaping our world
- Independent thinking and debate
- In-depth analysis by the world's best writers
- A wide range of opinions, to challenge your own

Prospect delivers cutting-edge and contrarian argument in-depth and in advance from voices including Mikhail Gorbachev, Will Self and Joseph Stiglitz. You may not always agree—but we will promote great debate and challenge current thinking.

"Political writing for grown-ups, well beyond the party political playpen... Europe's outstanding political and cultural monthly"

Andrew Marr, BBC Presenter and Political Commentator

"Prospect is simply the best of its kind: provocative yet detached; thoughtful, and elegantly written. An important read without being self-important"

Jonathan Dimbleby, Broadcast Journalist
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One of the more objective and informed commentaries on affairs. A must read.

Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Prospect Magazine Jul-18.

Right going wrong Tom Clark Editorial Britain is gripped by the theatre of the absurd. The dialogue is rife with Alice in Wonderland arguments about the meaning of “meaningful,” and whether or not t...
Letters & opinions letters@prospect-magazine.co.uk The Northern Irish question David Hannay (“Bordering on contempt,” June) brought up the elephant in the room. It never seems to be mention...
The Farage coup The true leader of today’s Tory Party has never even won a parliamentary seat OPINIONS Andrew Adonis and Will Hutton Purple reign: he’s still in charge © WENN L...
Closing down The life lessons we’ll lose when the high streets fall Hephzibah Anderson When the pound shops are in trouble you know it’s bad. The British high street has been tottering for the best pa...
China hasn’t won yet The rising power is squaring up to the west. But it could still be undone by its top-down model George Magnus Last issue: the China question Away from the daily news about Ameri...
Pakistan’s Potemkin democracy Don’t be fooled by elections—the military is still in charge Samira Shackle Yes we Khan © ARIF ALI/AFP/GETTY IMAGES Covering the general election in Pakistan in 2013 was an o...
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Prospect Magazine   |   Jul-18   


In Prospect's July issue: Editor of Prospect Tom Clark tackles the major fault lines developing in the Conservative Party over Brexit, arguing that the issue could be one of those few occasions where the Tories can’t overcome a significant challenge. Alongside his lead essay, Andrew Gamble, professor of politics at the University of Sheffield, examines why many European parties on the right are struggling and why the continent should be worried. Conservative MP Lee Rowley charts what some of the policy areas that the Tories will have to deal with beyond Brexit if they are to get it right.

Elsewhere in the issue: Nabeelah Jaffer tries to answer one of the most difficult questions of our time: how do you de-radicalise an extremist. Using examples from both the UK and Denmark, she argues that the UK model needs more work to be effective; Philip Collins asks why Britain’s towns have fallen by the wayside while its cities have thrived; and Sam Tanenhaus profiles “the real deal-maker” in Donald Trump’s White House, Mike Pompeo, after the Secretary of State oversaw the US-North Korea summit.
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