After NATO met in Madrid this past week to agree on a new strategy to defend the West, the great irony is that it has started ...
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In times of peace, much of what anyone says about national power is guesswork. Different claims can be based on hopes, ...
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Once upon a time in America, people were free to roam. Then came the Civil War, and in its aftermath a new crime was invented ...
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By establishing an official record of the insurrection, the members are creating clarity in a political moment fogged with lies.
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You must remain vigilant your whole life.” Bibia Pavard, a historian at the Université Panthéon-Assas, affirmed that early ...
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Today’s major environmental ruling from the Supreme Court, West Virginia v. EPA, is probably most notable for what it did not ...
In her latest novel, Nell Zink offers up a classic künstlerroman—the story of an artist’s becoming—except she leaves out the ...
In June 1984, at New York’s Quadrasonic Sound studios, Leonard Cohen laid down a song he’d spent years writing. “Hallelujah” ...
And so, what I was thinking when I wrote that was just that anyone who can guarantee that they know what will happen next ...