Roland Elliott Brown

Roland Elliott Brown is the author of Godless Utopia: Soviet Anti-Religious Propaganda with FUEL Publishing.

Belarus Free Theatre brings moral complexity to the table

Putin’s information war won’t be defeated by censorship

He thought America’s leaders were unworthy of its potential as a great Enlightenment republic

The great writer’s intellectual heirs warn that collective rights obscure individual suffering

Drawing on the author’s experiences, the book’s effect is akin to having a long pub chat with a knowledgeable journo

Usman Khan’s failed de-radicalisation bears parallels with A Clockwork Orange

At the end of a dismal year, consider the cult dystopias of the optimistic 1990s.

Jocko Willink, a retired Navy SEAL and podcaster, grapples with classic accounts of atrocity—and nurtures a spark of 20th-century American idealism

Letters to a Young Contrarian: a twentieth century retrospective by a man who saw himself as a sixties radical

Roland Elliott Brown reviews How to be a Fascist by Michela Murgia