Booting Russia from the G8 Ends 16 Years of Pretending Moscow Should Sit at the Big-Kids Table
March 24, 2014
Here's hoping this dampens a centuries'-long identity crisis.
Dismal Perhaps, But Is It A Science?
June 30, 2010
As if there weren’t enough transatlantic rifts already, from the Middle East to the environment, another has opened over economic policy.
Terror, Take Two
July 25, 2005
I witnessed the events of September 11 from my office window in Manhattan. I experienced the events of July 7 from the northern edge of London, where I was attending a company off-site. Much of my reaction last week, and the reactions of people around me, were similar to those nearly four years ago. There were anxious phone calls and e-mails to spouses and children. As with September 11, the overloaded mobile phone networks heightened the anxiety of those who couldn’t get through. There was, again, the stream of rumors and false reports—more bombs found, more bombers sighted.