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An American ideology: Neoconservatism under the microscope
Despite its disastrous effect on US foreign policy in recent years, the grassroots appeal of neoconservatism means that it is -probably here to stay, writes Justin Vogt.
Appetite for destruction
Audrey Kurth Cronin's sober analysis of terrorism and its undoings is a welcome change from the sweeping apocalyptic visions that pass for insight in the post-September 11 world.
Get your superfreak on
The anecdotes are juicy but the data is juiced, in the new edition of freakonomics.
A leaked document intended to provide "words that work" for pro-Israel advocates in America strikes a few surprisingly panicked notes.
All your bases belong to US
A new history of Diego Garcia and reveals a sordid tale of colonial deceit behind the transformation of a remote island into a vital component of America's globe-straddling empire of bases
There is a quixotic effort to transform the Arab vote into a force for change in Washington.
Taking aim at Goliath
A new 'pro-peace' group hopes to break the monopoly within Washington's powerful Israel lobby. But do they stand a chance?
Don't you know there's a war on?
Philip Bobbitt's ambitious new book casts the war on terror as an unending battle between the forces of consent and chaos.
Have a Coke and a smile
A new book chronicles the adventures of the Americans who sold spin to the world.