Berman’s Iran’s Deadly Ambition reveals that the Iranian threat has never emanated from Iran’s nuclear program, but rather from the Iranian regime itself.
Jessica MeyersJuly 8, 2016
Helprin’s A Soldier of the Great War leaves the big battles to history books to focus on the eddies swirling in wartime and the people caught in them.
Michael D. ScogginJuly 7, 2016
From the Winter 2016 Issue of the Print Edition
Mark TooleyJuly 7, 2016
How should we refer to ISIS?
Jack RusenkoJuly 6, 2016
July 4 marked the 40th anniversary of Israel’s daring rescue of hijacked airline passengers captive to Palestinian and German terrorists…
Mark TooleyJuly 6, 2016
Gerard Russell’s Heirs to Forgotten Kingdoms shows how Islam is not the only religion in the Middle East while displaying the hidden life of centuries old religious communities.
Barton DempseyJuly 5, 2016
ISIS militants see Turkey not simply as a gateway to the soul of the West, but a gutter
Joseph LoconteJuly 1, 2016
Nationalism is not always jingoism
Marc LiVeccheJuly 1, 2016
These things hang together: clean government, clean energy, sustainable prosperity, the modest goods of a good life.
Gideon StraussJune 29, 2016
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