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In this new book, Ray Takeyh argues for engaging Iran rather than isolating it.
A left-leaning dissident Israeli makes the case that Israeli Jews have lost their way, and says to get back on track, Israel needs to admit to its share of responsibility for the plight of the Palestinians.
Hadiya's a poet and blogger, but what this book reveals is that she isn't a "normal" girl.
America is on the way out. Are regions on the way in?
A new book on U.S. trade policy demonstrates that fast track is the wrong track.
Waltz with Bashir might not change Israeli politics, but it is a powerful antiwar movie nonetheless.
Is the future of war a game of Russian roulette with a cyborg?
50 years of Cuba's Revolution, 50 years of failed U.S. policy.
This portrayal of revolutionary passion helps us see Ernesto "Che" Guevara as more than a logo.
This absorbing alternative history of postwar Germany by Paul Hockenos chronicles the speedy transformation of a rock-throwing Marxist into a powerful foreign minister.