Author Archives: Peter Hitchens

The Myth of Margaret Thatcher

Conservatives must come to grips with the noble failure of the Iron Lady.

Borderline Delight

Utopia has no checkpoints—and that’s a shame.

English Lessons

David Cameron doesn’t have the remedy for Britain’s disintegration—or America’s.

Soviet Stepchildren

Communism fell, but liberty has yet to arrive in Central Asia. By …

Democracy Delusion

The West’s interests aren’t always best served by one man, one vote.

Far Wrong

Don’t be fooled by the BNP.

Prague Autumn

The Czechs escaped Soviet domination only to face a new tyranny

Prague Autumn

The Czechs escaped Soviet domination only to face a new tyranny

The Rainbow Over

Post-Apartheid South Africa is not delivering the liberal dream but a nightmare of Communism and corruption.

Africa’s Last, Worst Hope

A continent that withstood European colonialism welcomes Chinese conquest.

Back in the USSR

Two decades after the end of the Cold War, Belarus has yet to warm to democratic capitalism—for good and ill.

Moscow Hangover

Soviet Communism no longer enslaves Russia, but the West has yet to exorcise Lenin’s ghost.

The Next Fidel

Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez bids to revive revolutionary Marxism.

The Next Fidel

Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez bids to revive revolutionary Marxism.

Prisoners in Camp Kim

Strange, secretive, and desperately poor, North Korea tests the limits of social control.

Iran: Past the Paranoia

At once theocratic, secular, hostile, and modern, Iran is not America’s natural enemy.

Greatest Hits of the Eighties

The President, the Pope, and the Prime Minister: Three Who Changed the World, John O’Sullivan, Regnery, 360 pages

The Great Tory Hope

David Cameron aspires to be the Conservatives’ Tony Blair. But is that best for Britain?

Big Brother Watches Britain

The rights of Englishmen make way for litres and ID cards.

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