Nuclear program of Iran Books & Reviews

The Real Synthesis

A "new history" of the Third Reich fails to understand the true nature of the regime.

A Book for the Times, Review of Norman Davies' Europe: A History

Davies has written a work worthy of the remarkable continent with which he deals; a continent that is now struggling to redefine and reunify itself, and whose cultures have been released once again to meet and mingle.

The Appeal of Iran, Review of Shahram Chubin's Iran's National Security Policy: Capabilities and Intentions

Before we can begin to fashion a sensible Iran policy, the first task is to grasp the full dimensions of what Iran is all about.

Russia's Extreme Right; Review of Walter Laqueur, Black Hundred: The Rise of the Extreme Right in Russia (New York: HarperCollins, 1993)

Russian nationalism is the most important but least understood force to have emerged from the shadows following the collapse of the Soviet Union.

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April 24, 2014