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America’s Middle East Dilemma

by Victor Davis Hanson

Americans have a choice.


7 Myths about the Radical Sunni Advance in Iraq

by Juan Cole

Already in the past week and a half, many assertions are becoming commonplace in the inside-the-Beltway echo chamber about Iraq’s current crisis that are poorly grounded in knowledge of the country.


The shocking story of the racist George Wallace speechwriter who penned a fake autobiography of an endearing Cherokee orphan (Audio)

How George Wallace's speechwriter became the secret author of a popular and bogus Indian memoir.


A cautious Obama misreads history

by Ruth Marcus

Two instincts — one predictable, the other surprising — help explain the arc of Barack Obama’s presidency.


Allende, the Third World, and Neoliberal Imperialism

by Chris Dietrich

So what was the American role in Allende’s overthrow?


Deconstructing The Iraq And Syria Conflicts

by Dr. Alon Ben-Meir

The current escalating sectarian violence between the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and Iraqi forces and the unending civil war in Syria are now intertwined and neither can be resolved without the other, which requires a dramatic change in the political and military landscape in Syria and Iraq.


Turkish Support for ISIS

by Daniel Pipes

The Turks offered far more than an easy border crossing: they provided the bulk of ISIS' funds, logistics, training and arms.


Don’t Trust the Bombers on Iraq: “Shock and Awe” Never Works

by Juan Cole

Shock and awe failed to awe the Iraqis, and all those years of air strikes on Mosul did not subdue it.


What in God's Name Is Going on in Iraq? An Expert Explains.

by Isaac Chotiner

An interview with Olivier Roy.


What the gospel of innovation gets wrong

by Jill Lepore

The Disruption Machine


It wasn't the Allies who beat the Nazi generals in Normandy. It was Hitler himself... A great historian's gripping account of how the Fuhrer's bloodlust doomed his troops

by Antony Beevor

Ten days after D-Day, Adolf Hitler was in an unforgiving mood.



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