A conversation with military historian Carter Malkasian on the sad reality that Ukraine matters more to Russia and its dictator than to the U.S. and…
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A conversation with bestselling author and military historian Bing West on Vladimir Putin's disastrous decision to invade Ukraine and why his days as a…
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A conversation with E. Fuller Torrey, author of "Surviving Schizophrenia: A Family Manual." He's a rare find in today's medical world—a psychiatrist who…
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Scott Newstok, author of “How to Think Like Shakespeare,” on the amazing talents that helped Bob Dylan and James Baldwin do just that.
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As refugees flee Ukraine, TFP is proud to publish artist Deborah Stein's lyrical essay for her mother, Ruth Stein, who fled Nazi Germany in 1937 at the…
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TFP guest columnist and third-generation Marine, Owen West, on the universal instinct to defend and protect one's freedom and homeland.
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A TFP conversation with Kateryna Babkina—award-winning Ukrainian poet, fiction writer and journalist—on life in Kyiv, her country's unpreparedness, and…
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I can't reach the Kyiv-based writer, but Babkina's story 'Kostia,' published here, offers hope that, as in the past, the resilience of the Ukrainian…
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TFP receives word from Ukrainian writer Kateryna Babkina after fleeing Kyiv, and a conversation with Mark Hetfield, president of the refugee agency…
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A conversation with Robert Hass, Pulitzer Prize winner and former poet laureate, on haiku, war, Czesław Miłosz, and the responsibilities of writers.
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I've been publishing, editing and interviewing Garry Kasparov since 2005. His message has been consistent: Putin won't stop until the Free World stops…
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A conversation with military historian Eliot A. Cohen on Putin's murderous miscalculation in Ukraine and what the U.S. can do to hasten his defeat.
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