Andrew Cusack

Andrew Cusack is a former associate editor of The New Criterion. He is a writer and web designer who was educated in New York, Argentina, Scotland, and South Africa. His website is

Could the legacy of French Gaullism breathe life into a listless British conservatism?

Why is the Farmer Citizen Movement succeeding?

Renovating Westminster taxes the Leader’s ingenuity — and the public’s pocketbook

An expensive evacuation of the Palace of Westminster has now fallen out of favour

Andrew Cusack says the influence of the Netherlands’ seaborne empire can still be felt around the world, from Manhattan and South Africa to modern Sri Lanka

The ground shifts under leading American conservative thinkers like RR Reno

There’s no case for the costly decant of parliament now

Andrew Cusack remembers the apotheosis of criticism