An exchange on Jacob Heilbrunn's recent portrait of Germany's new literary Right.
A "new history" of the Third Reich fails to understand the true nature of the regime.
An Irishman of indefatiguable mind and rare sensibilities.
Ten years after the event, a key architect of America's response to German reunification looks back--and draws lessons for the present.
The French, believe it or not, have their reasons for being so quarrelsome with the United States.
The economy is fine, but everything else in Britain is falling apart--and the English still can't understand the Welsh.
There has never, thank God, been a Battle of America.
Vichy functionary, socialist politician, conservative president--the story of an amazingly adaptable Frenchman.
Pedestrian books can sometimes serve salutary purposes.
The challenge posed to the United States by the European Union is seriously exaggerated--and this is particularly true of the proposal for an all-European defense force. Daniel Vermet, Christoph Bertram and Timothy Garton Ash respond.
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