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by | Mar 17, 2022

Even if you think Russia has some legitimate grievances, this war thing is not good. M’kay? It’s a horrible waste of life and property, and it will hardly just be the civilians of Ukraine and Russia paying a steep economic…

by | Feb 22, 2022

Tuesday History is a great help in understanding today and tomorrow. Specifically, what we are seeing right now shows how thoughtfully Mr. Putin has read and understood his progenitor in statecraft, Adolf Hitler. As everyone once knew, World War I…

by | Feb 21, 2022

The Beijing Games are in the books, boycotts and protestations notwithstanding. For viewers — those few who watched — it was 17 days of soaring triumphs and crushing defeats, of medal-stand tears and post-event sob sessions. But for our Olympians,…

by | Feb 12, 2022

As U.S. tourists return to the international skies and waters following two years in a COVID cocoon, they will be selective about where they spend their hard-earned dollars. Countries with flexible COVID screening protocols and seamless access to cultural and…

by | Feb 4, 2022

American historian Alexander Motyl tackles a taboo subject in his new book A Russian in Berlin, a novel about memories of mass rape by Red Army troops of German women and pubescent girls in the summer of 1945. He tells…

by | Jan 30, 2022

Most people mean well, fear losing the jobs and income by which they support their families, and are terrified they will lose friends and social standing. This is true equally of “Good Germans,” nice Jews, and average Americans desperately trying…

by | Jan 21, 2022

Putin is the kind of guy who every morning drinks a warm mug of Napalm for breakfast. Biden is the kind of man who still sleeps cuddling his teddy bear. If you are in a hurry, that’s all you need…

by | Jan 18, 2022

Fears are rising that Germany is failing to do enough to prevent a Russian invasion and failing to aid Ukraine in the case of an attack amid warnings from the White House that Russian troops could invade at any time. …

by | Dec 22, 2021

How does he do it? Vladimir Putin, that is. With only the world’s 11th-biggest GDP, he has the third-most powerful military, on which he spent $67 billion in 2020. With which he bullies and invades neighbors and ties down NATO as a whole and…

by | Dec 6, 2021

I fell in love with Germany, or Bavaria anyway, in December 1989. The now-defunct German GQ magazine brought me from the states for an interview over my highly controversial AIDS writings. I stayed in a first-class Munich hotel and was wined…

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