Summer reading suggestions from: Irving Kristol, Owen Harries, James Schlesinger, Samuel Huntington, Robert Tucker, Midge Decter, Michael Mandelbaum and others.
Discounting the Jewish claim to Jerusalem in the name of evenhandedness is no way to achieve a just settlement.
What clues can past episodes of economic integration provide about the future of globalization? Three recent works offer answers.
Yes, the road to hell is often paved with good intentions.
An exaggerated indictment of Israel's home-grown critics.
In Blacklisted: A Journalist's Life in Central Europe, Paul Lendvai recounts his remarkable journey from the Nazi wartime death marches, to his days as a young communist apologist, and on to his later "crusade of information" against comm
The Dayton Agreement that ended the war in Bosnia--or, more precisely, that produced a ceasefire which has so far lasted almost three years--is a flawed agreement, and its flaws are the product of a flawed policy.
Two biographies clarify questions about Sumner Welles' long and spectacular career
Brands deserves congratulation on his new biography, an honest, enjoyable, sympathetic portrait of our twenty-sixth president, aside from a melodramatic prologue and some unfortunate bows to modern psychology.