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From the Pinnacle of Power, Putin Stands Before the Abyss

David Paul | Posted 04.26.2014 | Politics
David Paul

The Sochi Olympic Games were supposed to mark the pinnacle of Putin power and prestige, but instead it may mark the moment of his undoing.

How JFK Moved the World Towards Peace

Jeffrey Sachs | Posted 08.04.2013 | Books
Jeffrey Sachs

Kennedy's success teaches us about problem solving in our own time, whether to avert war or save the planet from human-induced environment catastrophe. Peace and environmental sustainability are possible, but never inevitable.

Books: Berlin, 1961: The Most Dangerous Place On Earth

Michael Giltz | Posted 07.11.2011 | Books
Michael Giltz

A tense turning point of the Cold War is captured effectively with Frederick Kempe's page-turning book, a solid work of popular history that should be one of the breakout titles of the year.

Tomorrow's Children: A Conversation With Pete Seeger, Plus Chatting With Bill Frisell

Mike Ragogna | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna

After years of activism on behalf of the average Joe and Jane, this 91-year-old national treasure still swings a heavy hammer, and his thoughtful insights are presented here just in time for Labor Day.