See Tony Judt
, "Counsels on Foreign Relations," which is a review of Bundy's book, Tangled Web: The Making of Foreign Policy in the Nixon Presidency, in the New York Review of Books, August 13, 1998, p.
is right, however, to note that Raymond Aron rejected the very idea of "the end of history" long before that concept became fashionable in the United States.
, "The Morbid Truth," The New Republic 221 (July 19 & 26, 1999): 38.
These excluded, Judt
concludes, "cannot participate in the culture of their local or national community.
emphasizes the extent to which Camus was himself an outsider, not only as a French Algerian, but as someone who was not a part of the Parisian intellectual elite produced by the grandes ecoles.
, Managing Director of Europay Austria, said, "Having found a strong business partner like JCB, we are delighted that our range will now incorporate an expanding global brand in the card sector.
The London Review of Books has assembled a top-notch panel which includes: Shlomo Ben-Ami, Martin Indyk, Tony Judt
, Rashid Khalidi, John Mearsheimer, Dennis Ross, and Anne-Marie Slaughter, as moderator.
According to the BBC, the other shortlisted texts are Postwar by Tony Judt
, Bad Faith by Carmen Callil, The Sale of the Late King's Goods by Jerry Brotton, 1599: A Year in the Life of William Shakespeare by James Shapiro and The Orientalist by Tom Reiss.
By last works, I refer to his book Humanism and Democratic Criticism (2004), and the political journalism of the last years, collected posthumously as From Oslo to Iraq and the Road Map (2004) and published with an insightful introduction by New York University historian Tony Judt
and an elegant and moving afterword by Wadie Said, the author's son.
16) Despite the continued diplomatic effort, the Roadmap is largely irrelevant, because as Judt
points out, 'the real map is the one on the ground, and that, as Israelis say, reflects facts'.
historian Tony Judt
, "The Jewish state today is widely regarded as a--the--leading threat to world peace.
is one exponent of it, Professor Daniel Goldhagen another, Professor Jan Gross, cited above, a third.