- Middle East OnlineFeb 13 12:34 AM
The late Christopher Hitchens penned an exceptionally important book in 2001 titled The Trial of Henry Kissinger.
- The GuardianFeb 03 07:12 AM
Treatment of this cruel disease has advanced hugely in recent years, but writers from Philip Roth to Christopher Hitchens show the awful human cost it still exacts My relationship to cancer is professional but also personal, such that the terms used to characterise it – doctor, oncologist, investigator – can be added to, unhappily, by the words nephew, grandson, friend and son. Being a doctor is...
- London Evening StandardJan 21 03:19 AM
Even from beyond the grave, the Brit who became a fervent American remains the master of the broadside, says Melanie McDonagh
- The Huffington PostFeb 12 02:26 PM
When it comes to foreign policy, Hillary Clinton says she has a clear mentor. The former secretary of state, Henry Kissinger. The man that Christopher Hitchens said should be tried for war crimes in his book, The Trial of Henry Kissinger . Kissinger is a monster. So much so that her rival for the Democratic nomination Bernie Sanders has made it a point to mention he would not want anything to do...
- Washington PostFeb 04 10:43 AM
Daniel Oppenheimer's "Exit Right" explores six political lives -- including Ronald Reagan and Christopher Hitchens -- that started far left but veered hard right.
- DNA IndiaJan 18 08:56 AM
His Facebook profile reveals he was fan of atheist cult hero Christopher Hitchens, Karl Marx and BR Ambedkar. Like many other youngsters, he had also changed his profile picture to support same-sex marriages.
- Santa Barbara IndependentFeb 11 04:03 PM
‘To Begin the World Over Again’ plays Feb. 13, 3 p m.
- The GuardianJan 24 09:00 AM
‘For his new book, Rushdie is to be praised almost as much as me’ When, shortly after the triumph of the Castro revolution, Ernesto Guevara took over the direction of the Cuban National Bank, he had the great wisdom to invite me to Havana to discuss how what had been a millenarian movement, albeit one with anarcho-syndicalist overtones in the larger cities, might be transformed into a mature ...
- The GuardianFeb 13 02:00 AM
Maybe not, because she is an heir to the sort of establishment politics and unforgiving pragmatism that made him legendary – and infamous Hillary Clinton has long invoked Henry Kissinger as a mentor — her infamous emails show that they corresponded with some frequency when she was secretary of state. But using her connection to one of US politics’ elder statesmen to signal her power may be ...
- The GuardianJan 29 10:33 AM
Like a super-rich gambler who doubles down on his nervy opponents, Donald Trump is smirking his way to victory over his Republican rivals In the space of two elections, US politics has graduated from “Yes we can” to “Because I can”. Barack Obama’s 2008 catchphrase – memorably dismissed by Christopher Hitchens as “the sort of thing parents might chant encouragingly to a child slow on the potty ...
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