Geoff Pingree and Sebastiaan Faber on the crusading Spanish judge Baltasar Garzón; Stuart Klawans on Our Imprudent Wars and other films.
Was Wall Street short-sighted—or did it know full well the financial crisis was coming?
Our elected representatives know who pays the bills.
We're back to Bush-lite.
A discussion with the author of Ill Fares the Land about social democracy, trains and our desiccated ethical vocabulary.
A handful of recent revisionist histories of the Vietnam War are shaping counterinsurgency policy in Afghanistan and Iraq.
In the Falling Snow suggests that Caryl Phillips's considerable talents have further calcified into a mannered style.