The best-selling psychologist isn't leading young men to salvation — he's delivering them to authoritarianism.
"The Ugly American" remains relevant, 60 years after it changed the way the United States saw itself in the world.
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A quick glimpse of David Ignatius's new novel.
The Allies [in WWII] often used analogies involving animals or insects that lived underground to describe the Japanese.
C.S. Forester recognized that his fumbling half-hero was as much a tragic figure as the men whom he led, often to their deaths.