“Reign of Terror” is an important, heated look at America’s post-9/11 wars.
A new book by a former Indian envoy to Beijing has important lessons for today’s policymakers.
A new book offers a storied U.S. bank as a model—but also serves as a cautionary tale.
The supervillain movie demonstrates the possibilities—and limits—of the genre.
A new account of India’s state of emergency in the 1970s takes on fresh relevance amid its ongoing erosion of democracy.
“Republic of False Truths” defers any happy ending to the Arab Spring.
A new biography paints a portrait of a president who made vast progress on policy—and failed at smoke-and-mirrors PR.
Ben Rhodes’s new book about global politics reveals the limits of the Obama administration’s worldview.
In “Geniuses at War,” David A. Price convincingly recounts a heroic and tragic tale.
Yes, the United States is deeply divided and probably undeserving of global leadership, as two new books argue. But who else is there?