Scholars of international relations have only recently begun to appreciate the power of religion. Their next step is to get religion right. No longer mysterious and magical, modernity has demystified the Higher Power.
Will France call the whole thing off?
Managing the Pentagon and managing wars are two different things, a lesson Robert McNamara learned the hard way.
Despite predictions to the contrary, America's superpower status remains uncontested.
Eliot Cohen's look at the greatest democratic statesman of recent centuries affirms Clemenceau's quip that war is too important to be left to the generals--even American generals.
The secretly constructed record of the Communist Party decision to crack down on Tiananmen protesters rings true to an old China hand.
H.R. McMaster has written a scathing indictment of America's civilian and military leadership during the early phases of the Vietnam war, and he speaks--to a military audience, at any rate--with unique moral authority.
As members of the Washington elite go, Colin Powell is an exceptionally attractive person.
Here are four Quarantottesco books, all Liberty on the Barricades, beards striking poses, étude revolutionnaire throbbing away.