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This monthly magazine, founded in 1995, focuses mainly on political and current affairs and has a predilection for long essays.

Medium: magazine
Political orientation: Left-wing liberal
Circulation: 27,500 monthly (2008)
Frequency of publication: monthly

Location: London, United Kingdom
Publisher: David Hanger
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1995

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WC1A 2QA London
Phone: 0044-(0)20 7255 1281

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1.  Prospect - United Kingdom | 21/03/2013

Joseph Muscat reminiscent of Tony Blair

The social democrat Joseph Muscat was elected as the new prime minister of Malta on March 11. The left-liberal magazine Prospect draws parallels between Muscat ... » more

2.  Prospect - United Kingdom | 26/02/2013

Budget cuts would harm US economy

If the Democrats and Republicans fails to agree on a joint plan by Thursday, the US will automatically be subject to 85 billion dollars in ... » more

3.  Prospect - United Kingdom | 12/02/2013

China will stand by North Korea

After North Korea carried out its third nuclear bomb test on Tuesday China has called on Kim Jong Un's regime to fulfil its denuclearisation obligations. ... » more

4.  Prospect - United Kingdom | 31/07/2008

A question of character

In an essay for the monthly magazine Prospect, Richard Reeves, director of the think tank Demos, reflects on "good character", a topic that is gaining ... » more

5.  Prospect - United Kingdom | 02/05/2008

A lesson from Northern Ireland

The peace process in Northern Ireland can be a model for solving conflicts in other parts of the world, writes Jonathan Powell, long-standing chief of ... » more

6.  Prospect - United Kingdom | 25/07/2007

Roger Scruton on how spiritual beliefs can both cause and resolve violence

Writer and philiosopher Roger Scruton considers that "Religion is not primarily about God, but about the human need for the sacred. ... It is not ... » more

7.  Prospect - United Kingdom | 31/05/2007

The power of essay-writing novelists

The historian and philosopher Jonathan Rée investigates the literary force of essay-writing novelists. "Essays tend to be classier, more learned and more demanding - there ... » more

8.  Prospect - United Kingdom | 01/05/2007

Julian Gough on "the serious business of making us laugh"

"The Greeks understood that comedy (the gods' view of life) is superior to tragedy (the merely human)", notes the British novelist Julian Gough. "Many of the ... » more

9.  Prospect - United Kingdom | 01/03/2007

Bias in biography

In the British monthly, literary critic Terry Eagleton and professor of cultural theory at the University of Manchester, reviews a biography of the poet T.S ... » more

10.  Prospect - United Kingdom | 31/01/2007

Francis Fukuyama on the absence of collective identity in modern liberal democracies

Francis Fukuyama, professor of politics and economics, ponders the "weak collective identites" of modern liberal societies facing "people who are more sure of who they ... » more


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