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When Chancellor Angela Merkel said multiculturalism in Germany has “utterly failed,” the commentariat revolt was swift, and way off the mark. Merkel was accused of pandering to... read more

 

Lee stands up to his communist foe.

 

Don’t be fooled by the recent signs of a thaw between the Koreas. Pyongyang and Seoul have discussed... read more

On August 31, Poland will commemorate the thirtieth anniversary of the Gdansk agreement that gave birth to Solidarity, the first independent trade union in the Soviet bloc.

By staging... read more

 

While we obsessed over Russian spies, top diplomats were working to stop a greater espionage problem: the threat of cyberwarfare.

 

We’ve... read more

"I’ve always been an optimist,” Rita Cosby writes in this moving book, “but my relationship with my father was one challenge I was always pessimistic about.” The TV and radio journalist had ample... read more

As any devoted fan knows, the Fox hit show "24" is in its eighth and final season. Jack Bauer has saved the United States from dirty bombs, missile strikes and biological attacks, tracked down... read more

As any devoted fan knows, the Fox hit show 24 is in its eighth and final season. Jack Bauer has saved the United States from dirty bombs, missile strikes, and biological attacks, tracked down... read more

 

President Kaczynski's visit to Russia was supposed to help heal a historic rift between the two countries. But as NEWSWEEK's former Warsaw bureau chief explains, that won't be... read more

It was as if I had never left. When I recently returned to Germany, where I had lived during the mid-1980s and the late 1990s, all anybody could talk about, it seemed, was anti-Semitism and the... read more

Like Munich, Yalta is much more than the name of a place: It's shorthand for a pivotal historical event with all the loaded emotional baggage of its consequences. While Munich stands for... read more

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