Christopher Hitchens


REVIEW: Mortality

Book by Christopher Hitchens


Noah Richler on the Johnnie Walker afternoons he spent with the late Christopher Hitchens

Why Hitchens deserves to be remembered with Orwell

Few thinkers have shared Hitchens’s physical and intellectual courage


How cancer became Hitchens’s platform

Hitchens used his illness as a platform to trumpet his atheism and spar with proselytizers of all kind

Reading Christopher Hitchens reading

Paul Wells on Hitchens why matters

Christopher Hitchens: no heroes, no allies

To the end, Hitchens was most comfortable out on limbs


Christopher Hitchens, dead at 62

Polemicist had written frequently and eloquently about his battle with cancer


Human rights, the rule of law and the death of Gadhafi

A statement from the Prime Minister on the liberation of Libya.

Greatest Hitch

Amid all the skewering, Christopher Hitchens tries a little tenderness in ‘Arguably’


Kenney vs. Amnesty: The case against Amnesty International

My latest column points out that a lot of people are just generally fed up with Amnesty International and that a lot of them are political conservatives. Here’s what that’s about, since it will be news to many readers.

In conversation: Christopher Hitchens

On his Jewish grandmother, his atheism, his writing—and facing his own mortality