Edition 69

Will History Repeat Itself?

By Peter Bergen and Emily Schneider

Feb. 19, 2015

What makes President Obama’s proposed AUMF substantially different from the one passed in 2001?

Will History Repeat Itself?

What makes President Obama’s proposed AUMF substantially different from the one passed in 2001?


The Insidious Strangeness of Life for European Jews

After recent attacks in Europe, Jews’ sense of belonging seems to be eroding.


We’re Racing to Reinvent the Battery

Steve LeVine's new book explores the high stakes involved in the global dash to create a superbattery.


Reflections on the 90th Anniversary of The New Yorker

An exploration of the role of the magazine in the digital age.


7 Things You Should Read About Cybersecurity

We are living in a digital world, and all the same bad stuff that happens in the offline world is moving online.


Can We Write Beyond the Embargo in Cuba?

Emily Parker details her experience as a writer in Cuba.


When Culture’s Soft Power Confronts Hard Limits

When cultural understanding is more critical than ever, it’s become an uphill battle for artists from Islamic countries to enter the U.S.