To the Editor: Seth Mandel doubts the ability of Avigdor Lieberman, the controversial leader of the secular nationalist, predominately Russian immigrants’ party Yisrael Beiteinu to reach...

The riots that erupted in London on August 6 finally petered out after four days. By then thousands of police officers had been drafted from...

Berlin 1961 By Frederick Kempe Putnam, 608 pages I was four years old when the Berlin Wall was built. I was 32 when it fell. My generation, the...

The New Nobility: The Restoration of Russia’s Security State and the Enduring Legacy of the KGB By Andrei Soldatov and Irina Borogan Public Affairs, 299 pages President Obama’s entire policy...

Last April in Prague, President Barack Obama met his Russian counterpart, Dmitri Medvedev, to sign the Measures for the Further Reduction and Limitation of Strategic...

When They Come for Us, We’ll Be Gone: The Epic Struggle to Save Soviet Jewry By Gal Beckerman Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 608 pages In October 1963, a group of Cleveland...

The British writer Howard ­Jacobson was so astonished when his latest novel The Finkler Question won the Man Booker Prize—the most prestigious award for ­fiction...

A Journey By Tony Blair Knopf, 720 pages Isaiah Berlin famously said that Leo Tolstoy was a fox who wrongly believed he was a hedgehog—someone who knew everything...

A Little War that Shook the World: Georgia, Russia, and the Future of the West By Ronald D. Asmus Palgrave MacMillan, 272 Pages No current nation  al leader possesses...

In 1930, with the Great Depression in its early stages and British unemployment already around 15 percent, John Maynard Keynes wrote an essay about the...

Yesterday, the International Court of Justice, in a nonbinding opinion that resulted from a referral from the UN General Assembly at Serbia’s behest, ruled that...

Dostoevsky: A Writer in His Time By Joseph Frank Princeton, 984 pages Long before there were Bolsheviks, show trials, and five-year plans, there was one man who predicted,...