How Russia Recruited Ernest Hemingway
The Russians have been working among us in Washington and New York for a long time, and Papa Hemingway was just one of their more high profile collaborators.
When Nasty Men Make Great Statesmen
Arthur Vandenburg was a piece of work in his personal life, but on the public stage, he evolved to became one of the greatest bipartisan forces in the arena of foreign policy.
Trump Must Face Down Putin’s New Nuke
President Trump shows little sign of grasping the importance of international weapons deals, and Putin is daring him to tear up the nuclear treaties.
‘The Only Real Threats’
When Dems Loved Russian Political Hacks
To stop Ronald Reagan in 1984, Ted Kennedy reached out to the Soviet Union.
REAL OR FAKE
When Hollywood Built Its Own Berlin Wall
When East Germans began tunneling under the newly built Berlin Wall in 1961, Hollywood muscled in with on-location filming even as tunnelers worked beneath them.
It’s Come to This
Goldwater: a Moderate Compared to Trump
Yes, Goldwater had hard-line views. But he backed alliances and understood the global order as something grander than a protection racket.
Blame Millennials for President Trump
An awful lot of young voters so far seem unwilling to bite the bullet and vote for Clinton. They may learn the hard way how much worse things can get.