September


The Artist’s Studio in Paris by Frédéric Bazille

 

Nota Bene, Part I by Theodore Dalrymple
 

75th Anniversary of the Atlantic Conference by Conrad Black
 

A New NATO by Alexander Murinson and Jonathan Snyder
 

Who is Erdogan Fighting in Syria? by Jerry Gordon
 

What is Behind Erdogan’s Purge? by Jerry Gordon
 

Why are Turkey and Israel Reconciling? by Jerry Gordon
 

Balkan Jihad by G. Murphy Donovan
 

Donald Trump’s Vision for US Foreign Policy: What does ‘America First’ mean?

by Jesse Sandoval
 

Pussy Politics by G. Murphy Donovan
 

Obama, Hillary and The New York Times Versus Donald Trump

by Steve Hecht
 

Britain and Islamic Extremists by Michael Curtis
 

Jihad Attack on a Little French Church by Nidra Poller
 

An Interview with Pastor Saeed Abedini, Former Hostage of Iran

by Rebecca Bynum
 

EU Moves Toward Authoritarianism by Lorna Salzman
 

A Mirabilary Of The Passing Parade: Homo Gnosticus (Part II)

by Cynicus Americanus
 

The Protocols of Soros by Richard Butrick
 

The Rio Olympic Games and Brazilian Participation in World War II

by Norman Berdichevsky
 

Preconditions for Slaughter in America by Richard Kostelanetz
 

The Construction of Chastity in Shakespeare’s Pericles, Prince of Tyre

by David P. Gontar
 

Goodbye To Barcelona by Samuel Hux
 

Lin-Manuel, Meet William Carlos by J.A. Marzán
 

Book reviews:
 

Capitalism’s Forgotten Soldiers by Saurabh Jha
 

Julian Langness' Fraternity of Combat by Dexter Van Zile
 

Short Stories:
 

The Suprasternal Notch by James LePore
 

Oh, Those Madcap Millennials! by James Como
 

Poetry:
 

Three Songs From a Play by Evelyn Hooven
 

What Is This Feeling? by Bibhu Padhi
 

Surrender by Dilip Mohapatra
 

I Made a Feeble Show by Miklós Radnóti

translated by Thomas Ország-Land
 

Crispies by Sanjeev Sethi
 

The Calico Cat by David P. Gontar

 

 

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