James Snell is from Westcliff-on-Sea. He is on Twitter at @James_P_Snell, and has a newsletter where he reviews books at jamessnell.substack.com.
His work has appeared in The Spectator, Foreign Policy, Politico Europe, The Critic, The Telegraph, Haaretz, the New Statesman, Prospect, Spectator World, Spectator Australia, CapX, National Review, New Lines Magazine, Englesberg Ideas, the International Business Times, The National, NOW News, History Today, UnHerd, Quillette, The Jerusalem Post, Middle East Eye, The New Arab, The Arab Weekly, al-Jumhuriya, The Washington Examiner, Arc Digital, Ahval, The National Interest, KabulNow, The Daily Caller, The American Spectator, New Humanist, the Daily Mirror, Left Foot Forward, TRT World, openDemocracy, The Salisbury Review, Harry’s Place, Rebelión, Britské listy, Medium, Free Inquiry, The Times diary, European Eye on Radicalization, and Perspectives, the blog of the Quilliam Foundation – among others. On Medium, he maintains Correspondence, an occasional journal of art, politics and war.
He read history at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, where he took a first and won an exhibition. While at university, he wrote for Varsity and The Cambridge Student.
Photograph by Alexis de Vivenot. Used with permission.
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