"It struck me that the period beginning with the First World War and ending with the fall of the Berlin wall was the period to write about. I realized it needed to be three books, each one based on a different war."
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MOSCOW — Weak, under tremendous pressure, its authority uncertain, the new government of Ukraine faces some of the same risks that once undid anothe...
I was thrilled to find an article by 101-year-old Bel Kaufman in Vogue's "Age Issue" and to learn that she's as witty and wise and defiant of the status quo as ever.
Huffpost Arts is privileged to offer an exclusive sneak peek at the upcoming WSJ. Magazine feature on Russian arts maven Dasha Zhukova.
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I'm often struck by the fact that although everybody has one, a history that is, one's individual stories are seldom considered to be connected to "history."
I get it. President Obama's secret hope was to leave a legacy as "The Great Unifier." But compromise generally sucks, Mr. President. Shall we count how many Indian tribes compromised?
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