In the spring of 1941, Germany seemed capable of anything — even invading the Middle East.
The Atlantic Sentinel provided live analysis of the military attempt to topple President Recep Erdoğan.
Neither Turkey nor the United States will panic if Aleppo falls. Saudi Arabia, on the other hand, might.
In times of war, the Dutch would deliberately flood parts of their country to halt enemy troops.
By continuing to blame “bad intelligence” for the Iraq War, Western leaders are shirking their responsibility.
The absence of a Sunni supremacist state helps us understand where the violence is coming from.
The urge to “do something” is understandable. It’s also not going to change the president’s calculation.
Hitler’s generals had little faith in Operation Sea Lion, but an American propaganda film made it seem easy.
The alliance sends troops to its northeasternmost member states but shies away from building new bases.
The Republican huffs and puffs while the man he wants to succeed is actually killing the terrorists.
Neither Germany nor Japan ever planned to invade the United States. That didn’t stop Americans from worrying.
After the war, the Allies were astonished to find that the Nazi mountain fortress had been nothing but a rumor.