The United States declared its independence two hundred and forty-two years ago. We did so on a planet in which China was one-third of the world economy but geopolitics were dominated by Britain, the world’s greatest naval power, and France, which had the finest army and the most brilliant cultu
It is a welcome discovery to come across a scholarly study of early American religious thought as it relates to the Middle East by a Syrian Arab Muslim.
Political memoirs are rarely written for only one reason, but Broken Covenant, by Moshe Arens, sometime Israeli ambassador (to the United States), minister of foreign affairs and defe
This is an important book, one all Americans who care for democracy should read. It shows that the second greatest victim of Zionism, after the Palestinians, is the Americans.