EDITOR'S CHOICE

Michael Nazir-Ali was the Anglican Bishop of Rochester, 1994-2009. He is the author of Triple Jeopardy for the West: Aggressive Secularism, Radical Islam and Multiculturalism (Bloomsbury). He is now President of Oxtrad.

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Vanessa Neumann has a Ph.D. in political philosophy from Columbia University and is a former lecturer at Hunter College, CUNY.  She is currently Editor-at-Large of Diplomat magazine.

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Jonathan Neumann is a former Tikvah fellow at Commentary in New York and writes on politics and religion.

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Pamela Neville-Sington is the author of Fanny Trollope: The Life and Adventures of a Clever Woman and Robert Browning: A Life After Death.

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Aidan Nichols is a Dominican friar of the Priory of St Michael the Archangel, Cambridge, and a Catholic theologian. He is John Paul II Memorial Visiting Lecturer at the University of Oxford and Fellow of Greyfriars, Oxford.

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Archbishop Vincent Nichols is the Archbishop of Westminster, President of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales and spokesman for the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales. He was formerly Archbishop of Birmingham. Read more

C.P. Nield's poetry has been published in New Poetries IV (Carcanet), as well as journals Ambit, The London Magazine and Magma. In 2006, he was awarded the Keats-Shelley prize.

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C.P. Nield's poetry has been published in New Poetries IV (Carcanet), the Spectator, the New Humanist, Agenda, and the London Magazine. Read more

Jay Nordlinger is a senior editor at National Review and the New Criterion’s music critic. He is the author of Peace, They Say (Encounter). 

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Jay Nordlinger is senior editor at National Review. His latest book, Peace, They Say (Encounter), was reviewed in Standpoint in April. Read more
Dr Edward Norman was Canon Chancellor of York Minster and is an ecclesiastical historian. He is an emeritus Fellow of Peterhouse, Cambridge. Read more
William Norton is the author of Monument and Bank: Capitalism and the Anglo-Saxon Mind (Social Affairs Unit). He was the agent for the No Campaign in the 2011 referendum on the parliamentary voting system.  Read more
Michael Novak is an author and theologian who held three ambassadorial posts under President Ronald Regan. His most recent books are All Nature Is a Sacramental Fire and Living the Call: An Introduction to the Lay Vocation (co-authored).  Read more