As Norman Podhoretz turns 89 today, he looks back on the long journey from Brooklyn to Manhattan
Newly edited travel journals from 1965 show the poet infatuated and disillusioned with communist Cuba, Czechoslovakia, the Soviet Union, and Poland
Tuskegee was hardly the last time American medical researchers used men in unethical experiments
Did the U.S. choose to ignore the source of 1999 bombings that propelled the security-agency bureaucrat to the top post he has never relinquished?
Lessons from Italian-American anti-fascist Carlo Tresca, and from the Civil Rights era
Jackson, Polk, and—Kissinger?
‘Pawn Sacrifice’ tells the story of the 1972 World Chess Championship in Iceland, a Cold War match between Boris Spassky of the Soviet Union and American Bobby Fischer
The state of jihad and counter-jihad, in the middle of a long war
New book says U.S. intelligence agencies used 1,000 Nazis in the 1950s
While protests rage across the Arab Middle East, Israel stands as a regional model of resiliency, relevance, and democratic adaptability. And the Arab states will have to be more like it to survive.
Nationalism plays a vital role in Egyptian life, and its influence—despite Arab nationalism’s frequent association with dictatorial regimes—could be a key bulwark against religious extremism there