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Life in the slow lane has its challenges
Why the Soviets might want to invade Albania: a scenario
Recent gains by the extreme-right leader Jean-Marie Le Pen have left conservatives and moderates confused about whether to imitate or attack him
Scholars are still laboring to produce a contemporary English version of God’s Holy Word
A report on a discipline riven with epistemological doubt on the one hand and rigid formalism on the other