Peter Landesman
  • A Modest Proposal From the Brigadier

    What one prominent Pakistani thinks his country should do with its atomic weapons

  • The Curse of the Sevso Silver

    A treasure trove of Roman-era silver, perhaps worth $200 million as a complete collection, came to light in the late 1970s—most likely discovered by a Hungarian laborer. He had little sense of the value of his find. In the years that followed, efforts to sell the silver have led to a web of plots and counterplots, the close attention of police officials in several European capitals, and, quite possibly, three murders