The late Tony Judt wrote about foreign policy (often stirring controversy) and is the author of Postwar, a sweeping history of Europe.
The late Christopher Hitchens, whose essays took on the Clintons, Mother Teresa, and God, was the author of many books, including Arguably.
Jane Kramer has been the European correspondent for the New Yorker since 1964 and is the author of Whose Art Is It?
George Orwell's novel 1984 set the stage for dystopian tales ranging from Lord of the Flies to A Clockwork Orange.
At 58, Israel has no friends aside from the U.S. and its claims of victimhood and anti-Semitism are falling on increasingly deaf ears. The time has come to mature.
Israel’s settler myth has been transposed to the Palestinian lands seized in war in 1967 and occupied illegally ever since.