Bernard Lewis dissects the travails of the Muslim world and finds that the problem is not what Islam has done to Muslims, but what Muslims have done to Islam.
Edward Teller's life vindicated Francis Bacon's prediction of the man of science in the public realm. Teller's memoir would vindicate Teller.
Robert Kaplan advocates a pagan ethos for American statesmen in the 21st century, but not all pagans think alike.
What clues can past episodes of economic integration provide about the future of globalization? Three recent works offer answers.
Can John Mearsheimer's analysis of "offensive realism" explain or guide U.S. foreign policy? Better, perhaps, than the author realizes.