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Interview: Svetlana Grobman, Author of ‘The Education of a Traitor: A Memoir of Growing Up in Cold War Russia’


Interview with Svetlana Grobman, author of "Education of a Traitor" - "History matters. People matter. And the banality of evil must be acknowledged. Read More »

TV Review: ‘The Americans’ – ‘Arpanet’


This week's "The Americans" is interwoven with equal amount fiction and reality, making for an intelligent, revealing, and entertaining episode. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Triumph of Improvisation’ by James Graham Wilson


New book traces the end of the Cold War through the efforts of four key men. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Then We Take Berlin’ by John Lawton


Admirable but underpowered launch of a new Lawton series focused on Cold War intrigue and nuclear secrets. Read More »

DVD Review: `Foyle’s War, Set 7′

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The new three-episode season of `Foyle's War' continues the World War II themes of the BBC mysteries in the context of the brewing Cold War. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Atomic Comics: Cartoonists Confront the Nuclear World’ by Ferenc Morton Szasz


A look at our nuclear history through comic panels proves illuminating. Read More »

Congress Seeks, Russia Refuses No-Fly Over Syria


If Russia forbids a no-fly zone over Syria, and the American Congress insists upon it, it could be the worst setback in U.S.-Russian relations in several decades. Read More »

TV Review: The Americans – “The Colonel”

The Americans delivers an exciting finale, with good surprises as well as dangerous ones. Read More »

The Candy Bombers Is More Than a History Lesson

Brings the blockade of Berlin to life while offering lessons for the present. Read More »

Book Review: Winter of the World by Ken Follett

Five families witness changes in history through the eyes of their children. Read More »