Prospect has acquired a reputation as the most intelligent magazine of current affairs and cultural debate in Britain. Both challenging and entertaining, the magazine seeks to make complex ideas accessible and enjoyable by commissioning the best writers, editing them vigorously and packaging their work in a well designed and illustrated magazine.
In Prospect’s January/February double issue: A collection of writers and thinkers outline what they think the biggest themes of the 2020s will be. From Cas Mudde arguing that liberalism will be on the front foot to David Olusoga on how we should really tell the story of our nation—Prospect has it all.
Elsewhere in the issue: Peter Pomerantsev raises questions about how Brexit has embedded itself in the British national identity, Prospect’s US writer-at-large Sam Tanenhaus explores the story of Trump’s impeachment and suggests that the whole process make actually make him stronger, Sameer Rahim pens a tribute to Prospect columnist Clive James and Jeffrey Lewis writes of the impending arms race between the US and Russia if the last in a long series of missile treaties is allowed to lapse.
New decade, new ideas; excuse me, are you English?; the circus trial of Donald J Trump