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‘To think critically is always to be hostile,” the political philosopher Hannah Arendt declared in what turned out to be... read more

As the 25th anniversary of the seismic upheavals of 1989 approaches, EWI’s Andrew Nagorski writes about his experiences covering Lech... read more

In 1914, shortly after Germany invaded neutral Belgium, the German authorities exacted revenge for the shooting of several of their soldiers on patrol in Louvain. They executed more... read more

As a young girl, she idolized Marlene Dietrich; much later she sang with Charles Aznavour and was compared to Edith Piaf. Vera Gran... read more

Pope Benedict XVI's relatively unmomentous papacy may yet prove to be of resounding consequence.

Pope Benedict XVI's papacy has not been known for stellar moments, yet he is ending... read more

By Andrew Nagorski
I quickly—and often—irritated the Kremlin after starting my assignment as Newsweek’s Moscow bureau chief in May 1981.

 Solidarity was on the rise in Poland.  I... read more

One evening in June 1940, an excited crowd in Berlin awaited Adolf Hitler's arrival at the opera. The German army was scoring victory after victory in Europe at the time, and when the dictator... read more

At the entrance to Red Square, a large, striking statue greets visitors. Erected in 1995 in time for the 50th anniversary of the defeat of Nazi Germany, it depicts Marshal Georgy Zhukov on his... read more

In the very early 1920s, when Adolf Hitler was still only a local rabble rouser in Munich, two men from Munichs American consulate made a point of observing his rallies: Robert Murphy, the young... read more

GERMANY PUTS THE CLOCK BACK
By Edgar Ansel Mowrer (1933)

Describing the new freedoms in Weimar Germany after World War I that triggered political chaos and an explosion of "... read more

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