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The Obama library lands on Chicago

by Rick Perlstein

Like so many things Obamian, when it comes to transparency, fantasies of reform turn to ashes in our mouths.


Tillman Is Still With Us

by Stephen Kantrowitz

Tillman was frank about the purpose of this terrorism: it aimed to “teach the negroes a lesson…[by] having the whites demonstrate their superiority by killing as many of them as was justifiable.”


The Iran Deal and the Rut of History

by Leon Wieseltier

Has the Obama administration’s pursuit of new beginnings blinded it to enduring enmities? Leon Wieseltier comes out against the Iran deal.


The Balance of Power in the Middle East Just Changed

by Peter Van Buren

U.S.-Iranian Relations Emerge from a 30-Year Cold War


Yes, It Could Happen Again

by Roger Cohen

Instability in Ukraine, chaos in Syria, conflict in the East China Sea—the trigger points for World War III are in place.


The Harper Lee ‘Go Set a Watchman’ Fraud

by Joe Nocera

Is ”Watchman” a newly discovered novel or a mediocre first draft of “To Kill a Mockingbird”?


America and Iran: Can the Nuclear Deal Lead to Rapprochement?

by Mark N. Katz

As the 1970s-era Soviet-American case shows, continued differences over regional security issues can halt progress toward rapprochement.


How Victorians Taught Us to Treat People With Disabilities

by Lisa Hix

It's not a lesson we should hang on to.


How far did the UK aristocracy’s love of the Nazis really go?

by Bernard Wasserstein

Footage of the Queen giving a fascist salute has revived theories that Britain’s blue bloods were in thrall to Hitler. An eminent historian untangles the myth from the reality.


It's not ancient Greek history pundits should be using to understand the Greek crisis

by Daniel Mendelsohn

Byzantium is more relevant.



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