"The Ugly American" remains relevant, 60 years after it changed the way the United States saw itself in the world.
A new book explores a legendary advisor who may have had the secret to success in Vietnam — and in winning today’s forever war.
FP staffers learn how democracies die and why Mussolini wrote a bodice ripper.
In Iraq, the U.S invasion toppled over society and let sectarian dynamics run their course.
With the holidays upon us, a collection of military and history books worth checking out.
Grant's memoirs show that self-awareness and honest reflection are crucial to leadership
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.