A review of a particularly acrimonious year in an ongoing debate.
Was totalitarianism an aberration of mid-century now safely behind us, or has it merely changed its stripes?
A proposal to reinvent a troubled but vital institution.
Franco-German relations over the last century and a half have been characterized by a complex pattern of attraction and repulsion that is crucial to an understanding of the new Europe.
This volume surrounds Old Nick's brief for obligatory badness with essays by the editor and three scholars, each of whom suggests it is time to rethink Machiavelli's rethinking. While granting Machiavelli's importance, the commentators are uniform
Chalmers Johnson, Martin Feldstein and Francis Fukuyama
During the first decades of Mao's China, a time of American self-confidence and strong sense of purpose spurred by the World War II victory, U.S. Sinology for the most part took on an "idealist" rather than a "realist" orientation: hopeful about s
Asia has, in its moments of crisis, been forced to open up to the West before. These openings have been attended by an interesting kaleidoscope of moods, their usual pattern neatly captured in the life of just one man, both hero and anti-hero of t
Sinking into poverty amid its natural riches, Vladivostok is almost totally controlled by organized crime.
American civil-military relations will remain vexed for some time.