On August 7, 1998, three years before President George W. Bush declared the War on Terror, the radical Islamist group al-Qaeda bombed the American embassy in … Continue reading Twenty years after the bombing, former Ambassador Bushnell shares what happened
Books Intersectionality Anna Carastathis Review from American Quarterly: “Her commitment to close reading is manifested in a rejection of both intersectionality’s skeptics and its fervent supporters… Instead, the book champions ‘analytic clarity, contextual rigor, and a politicized historicized understanding of … Continue reading News and Reviews
Books The Turtle’s Beating Heart Denise Low Praise from Foreword Reviews: “An accomplished poet, Low’s well-honed prose flows with lyric intensity.” There I Go Again William Daniels Book feature in People. American Journalists in the Great War Chris Dubbs Review in Library … Continue reading News and Reviews
The following is an excerpt from Fit for the Presidency?: Winners, Losers, What-Ifs, and Also-Rans (January 2017) by Seymour Morris Jr. Morris is a former political pollster, head of corporate communications, and international entrepreneur. He is the author of American History Revised: 200 Facts … Continue reading Excerpt: Fit for the Presidency?
Rabbi Niles Goldstein is the spiritual leader of Temple Israel in Miller Beach, Indiana. He is the author or editor of ten books, most recently Eight Questions of Faith: Biblical Challenges that Guide and Ground Our Lives (Jewish Publication … Continue reading From the Desk of Rabbi Goldstein: The Miracle Right Under Our Noses
This past weekend I watched A LOT of sport. Soccer, basketball, football, and tennis… In each broadcast, journalists quickly jostled to interview players and coaches shortly after the game ended. As I listened, halfheartedly I admit, to the interviews I started … Continue reading Doc Martyn’s Soul: If book marketers were interviewed by sports journalists
An excerpt from Tarnished: Toxic Leadership in the U.S. Military (Potomac Books, September 2015) by George E. Reed. Climate and Culture Organizational culture and climate are two different but related constructs. Climate equates to how members feel about their organization. Climate is a … Continue reading EXCERPT: Tarnished