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Why Won’t the Military Take Troop-on-Troop Rape Seriously?
October 24, 2012

A powerful new documentary indicts the U.S. military for its inaction on the problem of soldiers raping soldiers.

After Abbottabad: Navy SEALs and American Security
October 19, 2012

What's next for Navy's SEAL Team Six?

How Many Constitutions Can Liberals Have?
October 19, 2012

The strange theory of twelve constitutions in one.

Voices of Their Generations? An Israeli Novelist Shows That Lena Dunham May Have Something To Say
October 16, 2012

Israeli novelist Shani Boianjiu may indeed be the Israeli Lena Dunham. That reflects well on Dunham.

Military grumblers vs. Clinton
October 12, 2012

The star debate moderator Martha Raddatz wrote for TNR in 1998 on the occasion of Clinton's impeachment. Here's her article:

Georgia’s Next Leader May Be a Billionaire Zookeeper with Albino Rapper Children
September 28, 2012

Can Bidzina Ivanishivil wrest power from President Mikheil Saakashvili next week?

The Man Who Took on the Wall Street Blob
September 10, 2012

In a new book, a former Senate insider and lobbying kingpin spills the beans on how Wall Street throws its weight around Washington.

Inside Syria’s Fracturing Rebellion
August 30, 2012

JEBEL ZAWIYA, SYRIA—The unglamorous municipal building, on which black daubs evince graffiti wars between the regime (“Bashar Assad or the country burns!”) and the opposition (“Leave, oh Bashar!”) did not look fit for a king. But it was immediately obvious when the man in the pressed green khakis strode in that we were in the presence of a leader. Men who had been sitting around in the room chatting fell silent. The leather chair behind the desk was seamlessly vacated.

A Serial Killer Movie You Can’t Watch in America
August 24, 2012

It is called The Black Panther, and for the moment at least it cannot be seen in America. I daresay it deserves another title, now, one that avoids suggestions of horror or intimations of radical black politics. There is horror in this movie, though our standards for that genre have changed so much since 1977, when the film very briefly opened in Britain.

Two Darknesses
August 02, 2012

Prague Winter: A Personal Story of Remembrance and War, 1937–1948 By Madeleine Albright with Bill Woodward (Harper Collins, 467 pp., $29.99)   MADELEINE ALBRIGHT, née Korbel, is the first woman and the second foreign-born person to have attained to the highest-ranking Cabinet position in the American government, that of secretary of state. She is also the first East European to have served in any Cabinet position.

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