Post Archive

November 12, 2007

One of the first things you learn as a journalist is that the biographies of writers which appear on the backs of their books, at...

Saeb Erekat, the longstanding Palestinian negotiator, announced on Israeli radio today that the Palestinians will not accept Israel as a "Jewish state" (never mind that...

On Saturday, the Washington Post reported that North Korea is trying to convince the United States that it never intended to enrich uranium...

Jacques Vergès is a lawyer—a lawyer who makes Lynne Stewart seem like Atticus Finch. At the conclusion of Barbet Schroeder’s new documentary on Vergès, Terror’s...

A new drama loosely focused on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is about to unfold at Harvard. Professor J. Lorand Matory, a signatory of the 2002...

Midway through I'm Not There, director Todd Haynes's soon-to-open film fantasia in which Bob Dylan is played by six different actors to signify different phases...

The United States continues to position itself on the losing side in the increasingly heated Taiwan name game—which appears to be approaching a resolution that...

Roger Kimball, one of our finest critics, has delivered a devastating dissection of Norman Mailer’s overrated career, which consisted of political posturing and juvenile behavior...

As early as 1965, the U.S. intelligence community began reporting that India was capable of producing a nuclear weapon and would detonate one “within the...