Democrats and Republicans are not mirror images of each other. Will this asymmetry last under Donald Trump?
In Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle, Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan have carved up the world between them.
The author fails to come up with a theory from everything that happened around the North Sea.
The German television series is a reminder of the impact the Cold War had on ordinary people’s lives.
Unlike many later detective and spy films, The Day of the Jackal treats its viewers as adults.
In unifying the German lands, Prussia set the stage for its own demise, Christopher Clark shows.
Both the American right and the European left fail to appreciate Ronald Reagan’s true significance.
America’s former president was hardly the cowboy of popular imagination.
Robert D. Kaplan recommends policymakers become more expert at reading the map.
The history of Christians and Muslims is more muddled than Samuel Huntington would have it.
Former president Jimmy Carter’s national security advisor disappoints with his latest book.
The historian of Southeast Asia sees patterns across Eurasia, but can’t really explain them.