The Obama staffer's memoirs depict an administration that wanted to change history, but never got past managing crises.
A new wave of historical dramas is telling the wrong stories about the country’s past.
The best-selling psychologist isn't leading young men to salvation — he's delivering them to authoritarianism.
The philosophy of economics doesn’t make for a good movie. It gets easier if you drop the philosophy and the economics.
Bollywood’s dark hit comedy features a bureaucrat lost in India’s political jungles.
Until the majority of people in this country agree to close ranks when the nation goes to war, the memories of Vietnam will linger.
Spreading democracy is still the best chance for global peace, she argues.
Retired General Arnold Punaro in October published a book which details his service in Vietnam, his 25 years in the Senate working for Senator Nunn, his 35 years of active and reserved duty in the Marine Corps, and his 20 years in the private sector.
The book successfully answers its central question: Why aren’t America’s Asian alliances built the same as in Europe?
Robert O’Brien’s new book is the 2016 equivalent of Richard Nixon's "The Real War."
Every reader of Shadow Government should read the former CIA director's memoir.
A recent review of my biography of President Bush reaffirms the arguments it seeks to dispute.
Jean Edward Smith’s biography is so replete with factual errors and specious judgments that an extended set of corrections and remonstrances seems warranted.