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Friends & Enemies

Friends & Enemies

Waging Modern War, by retired U.S. Army General Wesley Clark, is a fascinating account of coalition warfare: NATO's 1999 war against Yugoslavia in Kososvo.
The Bacterium That Changed History

The Bacterium That Changed History

Consider this: 650 years after that tidal wave of mortality that became known in English-speaking countries as "the Black Death," the word "plague" remains one of the most powerful in our language.
The Hitch with Hitchens

The Hitch with Hitchens

Few figures except the ghost of Joe McCarthy provoke the furies of the feverish Left more than Henry Kissinger, so this book should preserve Hitchens's club memberships on the Upper West Side.
Friends & Enemies

Friends & Enemies

Waging Modern War, by retired U.S. Army General Wesley Clark, is a fascinating account of coalition warfare: NATO's 1999 war against Yugoslavia in Kososvo.

The Other Terrorists

The Other Terrorists

There was no "Rita Vogt," but there were many young women like her who joined the terrorist underground in the early 1970s in Germany, and from their remarkable lives this film has been composed.
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