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From the January 2013 issue

To the Editor: I agree with Michael Rubin that Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood would like to turn Egypt into another Iran [“Whitewashing Islamists,” October]. But, fortunately for us,...

To the Editor: Elliott Abrams has provided a trenchant analysis of what the future may hold for the countries that changed regimes during the Arab Spring...

To the Editor: In his article “Taking a Second Look at Neil Simon” [October], Terry Teachout refers to “Simon’s unprecedented commercial success—at one point in the...

To the Editor: James Kirchick’s excellent article “The Global Popularity Fetish” [October], about the desire to appease world opinion, calls to mind a common marketing error....

The Endgame: The Inside Story of the Struggle for Iraq,from George W. Bush to Barack ObamaBy Michael R. Gordon and Bernard E. TrainorPantheon, 800 pages It is difficult...

The Palestinian victory at the United Nations on November 29 was timed to bring the world body full circle from its vote on that same...

Moses is in his office in Heaven. “Moses,” says his secretary, “it’s God on Line 2.” “Oy,” says Moses. He knows what this is about. “Hello, boss,”...

To the Editor: As usual, Victor Davis Hanson provides a clear and insightful view of American defense and the cost of preparedness [“America on Defense,” October]....

The surprising popularity of Steven Spielberg’s movie about Abraham Lincoln adds a new chapter in the country’s long love affair with the man American schoolchildren...

In God’s Shadow: Politics in the Hebrew BibleBy Michael WalzerYale University Press, 256 pages The philosopher Michael Walzer has written a new book that aims ‘‘to...

On November 6, President Obama won by three percentage points, about the same margin as President Bush eight years earlier—after which the electorate moved in...

Jewish Jocks: An Unorthodox Hall of Fame Edited by Franklin Foer and Marc Tracy Twelve, 285 pages For the 50th-year reunion of the Senn High School class of 1955, each...

ELLIOTT ABRAMS It always seemed to me that during the Cold War, what divided the people who thought we’d all end up incinerated by Soviet bombs...

Cartoon Network, a cable-TV channel owned by Turner Broadcasting, shows animated cartoons around the clock. In 1992, when the channel was launched, its programming consisted...
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