• NYRB : Volume 53, Number 13 · AUGUST 10,2006-08-25


    Barbara EPSTEIN (1928-2006) By John Ashbery, Elizabeth Hardwick, Diane Johnson, Alison Lurie, Larry McMurtry, Pankaj Mishra, Edmund S. Morgan, Darryl Pinckney, Luc Sante, Patricia Storace, and Gore Vidal
    Barbara Epstein did much to create The New York Review and she brought her remarkable intelligence and editorial skill to bear on everything that appeared in these pages.
    Mindless in Iraq By Peter W. Galbraith
    I arrived in Baghdad on April 14, 2003, as a news consultant to an ABC investigative team. In the three weeks that followed Baghdad's fall, I was able to go unchallenged into sites of enormous intelligence value, including the Foreign Ministry,
    A new Bolovia ? By Alma Guillermoprieto
    On a scorching afternoon in an outlying corner of the Bolivian tropics, I stood with Sacarìas Flores, a former tin miner from the freezing, arid, Andean highlands, and listened to him tell how he, a soybean farmer now, and a little less poor, had come to be the current national vice-president of Bolivia's ruling party.
    The Foreign Policy We Need By Stanley Hoffmann
    On America at the Crossroads: Democracy, Power, and the Neoconservative Legacy by Francis Fukuyama, Taming American Power: The Global Response to U.S. Primacy by Stephen M. Walt, and Diplomacy Lessons: Realism for an Unloved Superpower by John Brady Kiesling.


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