Europe

The Pacifist and the General

It was an unlikely alliance, and they were an odd couple: she the Friedensengel, the Angel of Peace, with an elderly, taciturn aide-de-camp at her side.

Melvin J. Lasky

The Morning After

Here are four Quarantottesco books, all Liberty on the Barricades, beards striking poses, étude revolutionnaire throbbing away.

An Idea of Britain

From this memoir we learn just how confident Margaret Thatcher is in her understanding of Britain's problems and her ability to find solutions. She knows her strengths.

Poets on Power (and its loss)

Turning the pages of a collected Auden, one's eye repeatedly catches something that seems strikingly appropriate to the state of Europe today.

Owen Harries

The Great Transformation

Four years have now passed since the implosion of the communist state in Poland set in train a process that led to the collapse of the other Central European communist states.

Zbigniew Brzezinski

America and Bosnia

 The American government badly needs to break the mold it has set for  
itself and pledge its power to a definitive settlement.

Robert W. TuckerDavid C. Hendrickson

French Chefs

The final effacement of British national sovereignty will probably take place in December at the European Economic Community summit in Maastricht, the Netherlands.

Boris Johnson

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