A list on books about war and strategy
Spy novels introduce us to unusual or technical information, potentially confusing events, and unfamiliar social or professional customs.
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.
The Booker Prize nominee talks Trump, refugees, and truth.
This year's summer reading list is breathtakingly mediocre.
Fiasco's relevance endures.
The alleged use of a “sound weapon” against U.S. Embassy officials in Cuba harks back to a Cold War medical mystery.
Spreading democracy is still the best chance for global peace, she argues.