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March 1, 2007

There are three things to say about the work of Arthur Schlesinger, who has just died at the age of eighty-nine: (1) He was an...

Conservatives love to hate the International Criminal Court. Elaborate scenarios have been conjured up about how it could be politicized and turned into an instrument...

The historian Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. died yesterday. COMMENTARY is now hosting a slate of articles—all available free of charge—on him and on his books....

Suddenly, the Bush administration is prepared to sit around a table with Iran and Syria to discuss Iraq. “Better late than never,” crowed Leon Panetta,...

COMMENTARY's March issue is now out, featuring contributions from Hillel Halkin, Lisa Schiffren, Terry Teachout, and a whole host of other terrific writers. Read it...

Michael J. Lewis makes a fair point about Wikipedia: we have all used it as a short-cut from time to time, and, provided that information...