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Europe’s Ghost

October 2010

Review by Norvell B. DeAtkine
Michael Radu, Europe’s Ghost; Tolerance, Jihadism, and the Crisis in the West. Encounter Books, New York, 2009, ISBN -13:978-I-59403-262-2, 773 pp.

CFE: Will It Remain a Cornerstone of European Security?

September 2007

by Janet Andres On July 14, President Putin announced his decision to suspend Russian participation in the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE). Concluded in the waning days of the Cold War, CFE has been both surprisingly successful … Continued

We’ll Always Have Paris

November 2005

. by Henry E. Mattox Humphrey Bogart intoned the inimitable words in the title, of course, in the 1941 film, “Casablanca.” They capture somehow the feeling I hold for my first post, the Paris embassy of the ‘fifties. Long, long … Continued

Is Europe Dying?

June 2005

In a thoughtful, provocative essay, the author, a theologian, posits a startling thesis: Europe is undergoing a civilizational crisis, basically depopulating itself, and after more than a century of world dominance may be headed for disaster. Why, exactly, should America … Continued