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A Tale of Two Pivots: Nixon, Obama and Beijing

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Iran, Israel, and Hamas Conflict

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Generational Shifts: Understanding the Dynamics of U.S. Support in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

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Theodore Roosevelt: War Lover or Peace Maker?

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When Faith Turns Violent

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On Battles Lost and Things That Endure

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Chinese Military Strategists Study the Pacific War to Enhance Amphibious Warfare Capabilities

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A Military Stalemate before Armistice?

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Targeting Churches: Waging War on Culture

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Vladamir Kara-Murza: A Moral Compass

On May 21, a constellation of international classical music stars came together to play at Carnegie Hall. These luminaries included the pianists Evgeny Kissin and Lera Auerbach; the Emerson String Quartet; and cellist Steven Isserlis, with violinists Maxim Vengerov and Gidon Kremer. Nearly three hours of great music-making from these ten musicians, performing works by six composers, were followed by a gorgeous gala dinner in the spacious Rohatyn banquet room in the Hall.