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  • Noticed in the Press - Dec 29 2013

    February 14, 2014

    An art review by Gail Fenske in the December 28-29 of The Wall Street Journal, with the title: “American Gothic”. The masterpiece is “The Woolworth Building” (1913) in New Yor City. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Dec 31, 2013

    February 14, 2014

    An opinion piece by Rutger Bregman in the December 30 edition of The Wsashington Post: “The power of free money” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Dec 23, 2013

    February 4, 2014

    In the December 19 edition of The Washington Post an op-ed by human rights activist Shin Dong-hyuk: “Dear Dennis Rodman” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Dec 30, 2013

    February 4, 2014

    An op-ed by columnist Anne Applebaum in the December 26 edition of The Washington Post: “The return of Cold War tactics” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Dec 10, 2013

    February 3, 2014

    A review by Lee Lawrence in the December 7-8 edition of The Wall Street Journal under the series Masterpiece: “Politics and the Persian Language”. The masterpiece is: “The Book of Kings” (1007-10) by Abu’l Qasim Firdausi. On July 25, 2009, this illustrated manuscript was reviewed by Emily Esfahani Smith, also in The Wall Street Journal, and it is attached to Mr. Lawrence review. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Dec 12, 2013

    February 3, 2014

    An op-ed by columnist Michael Gerson in the December 10 edition of The Washington Post: “Pope Francis and the argument for compassionate capitalism” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Dec 20, 2013

    February 3, 2014

    A report by Ben Pershing in the December 18 edition of The Washington Post: "Northern Virginia'a Wolf chooses rights advocacy over reelection" More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Dec 22, 2013

    February 3, 2014

    A commentary by Guy Caruso in the December 19 edition of The Washington Times: “Driving off Russian aggression with U.S. natural gas”. There is a reference to the Visegrad 4 countries. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Dec 5, 2013

    December 30, 2013

    A report by Philip Rucker in the December 5 edition of The Washington Post: "Clinton keeps it personal in New York". 'She talks about her life, not foreign policy, at Holbrooke gala' More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Dec 6, 2013

    December 30, 2013

     A commentary by Michael Taube in the December 6 edition of The Washington Times: “The Life and Times of Nelson Mandela” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Nov 25, 2013

    December 20, 2013

    On the 50th anniversary of the assassination of president Kennedy, a book review by Evan Thomas in the October 28 edition of The Washington Post. The book is  “Camelot’s Court: Inside the Kennedy White House” by Robert Dallek, Harper, $32.50, 492 pp. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Nov 26, 2013

    December 20, 2013

    An art review by Willard Spiegelman in the November 23-24 edition of The Wall Street Journal under the series Masterpiece. The masterpiece is "A Dance to the Music of Time" (c. 1634-36) by Nicolas Poussin. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Nov 27, 2013

    December 20, 2013

    In the November 23-24 edition of The Wall Street Journal a book review by James Kirchik, with the title: “Hungarian Rhapsody”. The book is  "I Kiss Your Hands Many Times" by Marianne Szegedy-Maszák, Spiegel & Grau, $27, 370 pages More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Nov 29, 2013

    December 20, 2013

    A report by Michelle Boorstein and Zachary Goldfarb in the November 27 edition of The Washington Post: “Pope Francis decries ‘trickle down’ economics” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Dec 3, 2013

    December 20, 2013

    In the November 30-December 1 edition of The Wall Street Journal a review by James Santel, under the Masterpiece series: “A Lowly Seeker After a Higher Fate”. The masterpiece is  "The Adventures of Augie March" (1953) by Saul Bellow. More...
  • Noticed in the Press- Nov 19, 2013

    December 18, 2013

    An opinion piece by Walter Russell Mead in the Novembre 16-17 edition of The Wall Street Journal: "Russia and Europe Vie to Win the Prize of Ukraine". ‘Putin's grand plan to restore the Russian empire may depend on which way Kiev goes later this month.' More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Nov 20, 2013

    December 18, 2013

    An Associated Press report published in the November 19 edition of The Washington Post: ''Gettysburg Address" More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Nov 11, 2013

    December 16, 2013

    An article by historian Jaroslav Pelikan (1923-2006) published in the September 18, 1983 edition of The New York Times Magazine on occasion of the 500 Anniversary of the birth of Martin Luther: “ The Enduring Relevance Of Martin Luther 500 Years After His Birth” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Nov 15, 2013

    December 16, 2013

    An op-ed by Anne Applebaum in the November 14 edition of The Washington Post: “The politics of generosity” 'When catastrophe strikes, China is slow to respond' More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Nov 18, 2013

    December 16, 2013

    A report by Ben White and Maggie Haberman in the November 13 edition of POLITICO: “Fears of A Warren Bid for ’16 Rumble on Wall Street”. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Nov 6, 2013

    December 2, 2013

    An art review by Joseph Epstein in the November 2-3 edition of The Wall Street Journal, under the series Masterpiece: "Mankind Turns to Understanding Himself". The masterpiece is: "The Civilization of the Renaissance Italy" (1860) by Jacob Burckhardt. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Oct 24, 2013

    November 8, 2013

    We are sending a corrected version of the New York Times article by Ms. Rachel Donadio, published on October 21 with the title:  "An Opera Fights Hungary’s Rising Anti-Semitism". The New York Times published two corrections: one on October 22 regarding a trivial location mistake in a picture taken of conductor Ivan Fischer, and on October 23, the far more substantial mistake of reporting a rising representation of the extreme right-wing party Jobbik in the Hungarian parliament when actually the opposite has taken place.  More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Oct 31, 2013

    November 8, 2013

    An op-ed by Michael Gerson in the October 29 edition of The Washington Post: “Syria can get worse”. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Nov 1, 2013

    November 8, 2013

    A report by Pablo Gorondi in the October 28 edition of The Washington Post: “Thousands of ethnic Hungarians rally across Transylvania, calling for territorial autonomy”. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Oct 28, 2013

    November 7, 2013

    An art review by Tom Freudenheim in the series of Masterpiece of the October 26-27 edition of The Wall Street Journal: "Maimonides Would Have Approved". The masterpiece is The Mishneh Torah (c. 1457) by Master of The Barbo Missal. More...
  • Noticed in th Press - Oct 15, 2013

    October 24, 2013

    An interview by Charles Moore with the Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orbán in the October 13 edition of The Telegraph Daily: “Patriotism is a good thing” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Oct 17, 2013

    October 24, 2013

    An op-ed in the October 17 edition of The Washington Post by Anne Applebaum: “A new Iran? Hardly.” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Oct 21, 2013

    October 24, 2013

    An art review by Jonathan Lopez under the series Masterpiece in the October 19-20 edition of the Wall Street Journal: "Fantasy Made Flesh". The masterpiece is  "Girl With a Pearl Earring" (c. 1665) by Johannes Vermeer. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Oct 22, 2013

    October 24, 2013

    An art review by Wynton Marsalis in the October 19-20 edition of The Wall Street Journal: "A Jazz Great's Divine Moment". ‘Coltrane's 'Dear Lord' was the trumpeter's early inspiration and later a personal high point’  More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Oct 23, 2013

    October 24, 2013

    An op-ed by David E. Hoffman in the October 21 edition of The Washington Post: ‘Nightmare’ bacteria are real, and the U.S. needs to act fast’ More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Oct 11,2013

    October 15, 2013

    A report by Sandra G. Boodman in the October 8 edition of The Washington Post: “The 1% Solution”  ‘Hospitals strive to wean the most expensive patients from repeated visits’ More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Oct 9, 2013

    October 10, 2013

    A commentary by Brahma Chellaney in the October 8 edition of The Washington Times: “The coming water wars”  There is a reference to the Budapest World Water Summit. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Oct 1, 2013

    October 8, 2013

    An op-ed by columnist Charles Krauthammer in the September 27 edition of The Washington Post: “The real Rouhani” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Oct 4, 2013

    October 8, 2013

    An op-ed by columnist Anne Applebaum in the October 3 edition of The Washington Post: “The world is watching” More...
  • Noticed in the Press- Sept 18, 2013

    September 30, 2013

    A commentary by Daniel Fata and Gary Schmitt in the September 18 edition of POLITICO: "Congress’s innocence abroad" More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Sept 20, 2013

    September 30, 2013

    From the mid-September 2013 issue of Foreign Affairs: More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Sept 27, 2013

    September 30, 2013

    An op-ed by Michael Gerson in the September 24 edition of The Washington Post: “Francis the troublemaker” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Sept 9, 2013

    September 27, 2013

    An article by Yuri M. Zhukov in the September 3 edition of Foreign Affairs: "More Trouble in the Eastern Mediterranean"   'U.S. Intervention or Not, the Sea is Already Boiling' More...
  • Noticed in th Press - Sept 13, 2013

    September 27, 2013

    An op-ed by columnist Charles Krauthammer in the September 13 edition of The Washington Post: “The fruits of epic incompetence” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Sept 17

    September 27, 2013

    A report by Jason Horowitz in the September 16 edition of The Washington Post: "Tony Blinken, rising"'Antony Blinken steps into the spotlight with Obama administration role' More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Sept 6, 2013

    September 20, 2013

    A commentary by Michael Taube in the September 4 edition of The Washington Times: “The case for Syrian air strikes” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Aug 21, 2013

    August 27, 2013

    A book review by Barton Swaim in the August 20 edition of The Wall Street Journal: “The Eating of Sausages”. The book is “Calvinism: A History” by D.G. Hart, Yale, $35, 339 pages More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Aug 23, 2013

    August 27, 2013

    An op-ed by columnist Dana Milbank in the August 21 edition of The Washington Post: “The price Gina Gray paid for whistleblowing” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Aug 15, 2013

    August 22, 2013

    A book review by Stephen Prothero in the August 4 edition of The Washington Post: "Not a prince of peace, but a warrior kingThe book is ‘Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth’ by Reza  Aslan,   Random House, $27, 296 pp. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Aug 19, 2013

    August 22, 2013

    An art review by Jamie James in the August 17-18 edition of The Wall Street Journal, under the series Masterpiece: "The Granddaddy of the Political Cartoon". The masterpiece is “The Land of Cockaigne” by Peter Bruegel, the Elder (1566) More...
  • Noticed in the Press - July 28, 2013

    August 5, 2013

    In the July 28 edition of The Washington Post an op-ed by Eric Reeves: “We forgot about Darfur. Sudan didn’t”   'Civilians in Sudan’s Darfur region face wholesale destruction' More...
  • Noticed in the Press - July 25, 2013

    August 1, 2013

    In the July 19 edition of The Wall Street Journal an interview with the Prime Minister of Hungary, preceded by a report by Margit Feher: “Hungary’s PM Orban Says Sectoral Taxes to Remain for Several Years’ More...
  • Noticed in the Press - July 22, 2013

    July 30, 2013

    In the July 20-21 edition of The Wall Street Journal, a report by Stacy Meichtry and John Lyons: “The Pope Takes His Message to Brazil’s Poor” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - July 17, 2013

    July 19, 2013

    An editorial in the July 15 edition of The Guardian: “Hungary: Orbán wasteland” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - July 18, 2013

    July 19, 2013

    An op-ed by David Ignatius in the July 18 edition of The Washington Post: “It’s not Syria. It’s us”. There is a reference to the Hungarian revolution of 1956. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - -July 16, 2013

    July 16, 2013

    An art review by Karen Wilkin in the Masterpiece series of the July 13-14 edition of The Wall Street Journal: “A New Way to Heaven”. The masterpiece is: “Assumption of the Virgin” by Titian (1516-18) More...
  • Noticed in the Press - July 9, 2013

    July 10, 2013

    In the July 6-7 edition of The Wall Street Journal a report by Christopher Emsden and Stacy Meichtry: “Two Former Popes Near Sainthood”. ‘Francis’ First Encyclical is Rare Joint Effort’ More...
  • Noticed in the Press - July 05, 2013

    July 8, 2013

    A report by Peter Janos Kurz in the July 5 edition of The Frederick New-Post, with the title: “Worth the Drive: Smithsonian Folk Festival ends this weekend”. The report includes a picture of Hungarian traditional cooking taken at the Folk Festival in the Washington Mall. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - July 6, 2013

    July 8, 2013

    In the Style section of the July 6 edition of The Washington Post, a report on the ongoing Smithsonian Festival by Sadie Dingfelder: “Many beats, one heart”. There is reference to the “dancing Hungarians.” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - July 5, 2013

    July 5, 2013

    In the July 4 edition of The Washington Times, a commentary by columnist Suzanne Fields: “We, the almost chosen people” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - July 3, 2013

    July 3, 2013

    A commentary by John Garvey, president of Catholic University of America, in the July 1 edition of The Washington Times: “Reining in religious freedom” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - June 26, 2013

    July 2, 2013

    A commentary by John F. Harris, Jake Sherman and Elizabeth Titus in the June 25 edition of POLITICO: “President Obama in the doldrums” More...
  • Noticed in the Press- June 27, 2013

    July 2, 2013

    A report by Jessica Goldstein in the June 27 edition of The Washington Post: “Smithsonian Folklife Festival kicks off on the Mall celebrating Hungarian heritage” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - July 2, 2013

    July 2, 2013

    In the June 27 edition of The Washington Post an obituary by Matt Schudel: “Marc Rich 78  Fugitive financier was pardoned by Clinton”. ‘Marc Rich made a billion-dollar fortune by doing business with Iran, Iraq, Russia, Libya and other countries [Ceausescu’s Romania,] sometimes at odds with the United States’ More...
  • Noticed in the Press - June 21, 2013

    June 24, 2013

    In the June 19 edition of the Washington Post, the obituary of a former prime minister of Hungary, by Zoltan Simon: “Gyula Horn, leader in Hungary’s transition from communism, dies at 80” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - June 12, 2013

    June 17, 2013

    In the June 9 edition of The  Washington Post, a commentary and remembrance of the summer of 1915 by novelist Chris Bohjalian: “The last Armenian in a town where thousands were killed” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - June 15, 2013

    June 17, 2013

    An article in the June 9, 2013 edition of Foreign Affairs by Ivan Krastev and Valdislav Inozemtsev, with the title: “Putin’s Self-Destruction” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - June 16, 2013

    June 17, 2013

    An op-ed by columnist Anne Applebaum in the June 15 edition of The Washington Post: “Snowden and the lure of martyrdom” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - June 10, 2013

    June 12, 2013

    An op-ed by Michael Gerson in the June 7 edition of The Washington Post: “Inspiration by example”  ‘Pope Francis provides inspiration for all faiths” More...
  • Noticed in the Press- June 3, 2013

    June 7, 2013

    An art review by Stuart Isacoff in the June 1-2 edition of The Wall Street, under the Masterpiece series: “The Sounds of Sacrifice". The masterpiece is “War Requiem” (1962) by Benjamin Britten. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - June 1, 2013

    June 7, 2013

    In the May 31 edition of The Washington Post and op-ed by Leon Aron, director of Russian Studies at the American Enterprise Institute: “Putin silences the polls”. 'Putin’s war on Russian civil society continues' More...
  • Noticed in the Press - May 30, 2013

    May 30, 2013

    In the May 28 edition of The Washington Post a report by Maggie Fazzeli Fard on the story of Charity Tilleman-Dick, granddaughter of the Congressman Tom Lantos: "Singing opera with someone else’s lungs" More...
  • Noticed in the Press - May 28, 2013

    May 29, 2013

    An op-ed in the May 26 edition of The Washington Post by Holly Burkhalter, vice president for government relations at International Justice Mission, an NGO focused on human rights: “Protecting Russia’s children”  'The U.S. should use its ability to pressure Russia to end orphan trafficking' More...
  • Noticed in the Press - May 25, 2013

    May 27, 2013

    An art review by John J. Miller in the May 18-19 edition of The Wall Street Journal under the Masterpiece series: “Meditation on Mortality”. The masterpiece is “Elegy Written in a Country Church-Yard” (1750) by Thomas Gray. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - May 14, 2013

    May 21, 2013

    An opinion piece by Dorothy Rabinowitz in the May 11-12 edition of The Wall Street Journal: "The Trials of Father MacRae". 'He was convicted when it was obligatory—as it remains today—to give credence to every accuser charging a priest with molestation.’ More...
  • Noticed in the Press - May 17, 2013

    May 21, 2013

    In the May 17 edition of The Washington Times, the Embassy Row column by James Morrison, with a brief report featuring Hungarian Defense Minister Csaba Hende and the 20th anniversary celebration of the partnership between the Ohio National Guard and the Hungarian Defense Forces. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - May 6, 2013

    May 7, 2013

    An art review of the Masterpiece series by Joseph Epstein in the May 4-5 edition of The Wall Street Journal: "Surveying the Surging Immensity of Life". The masterpiece is 'Dead Souls' (1842), by Nikolai Gogol. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - May 1, 2013

    May 2, 2013

    The obituary of cellist Janos Starker (1924-2013) by Emily Langer in the May 1 edition of The Washington Post: More...
  • Noticed in the Press - April 26, 2013

    May 2, 2013

    A commentary by Charles King in the April 21 edition of Foreign Affairs: “Not Your Average Chechen Jihadists” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - April 23, 2013

    April 23, 2013

    In the April 20-21 edition of The Wall Street Journal The Weekend Interview with Leon R. Kass by Sohrab Ahmari: “The Meaning of the Gosnell Trial” ‘The eminent bioethicist on the dangers of a world increasingly indifferent to matters of human dignity’ More...
  • Noticed in the Press - April 19, 2013

    April 22, 2013

    An op-ed by former prime minister Gordon Brown, Special Envoy for Global Education at the United Nations, in the April 18 edition of The Washington Post: “Helping the world’s poorest children requires radical reform” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - April 10, 2013

    April 10, 2013

    An op-ed by columnist Anne Applebaum on the passing of Margaret Thatcher in the April 9 edition of The Washington Post: “Big Issues on a Big Stage” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - April 5, 2013

    April 9, 2013

    A commentary in the March 31 edition of The Washington Post by author Donna Freitas: “Time to stop hooking up?”. Also, two Letters to the Editor published in response to the article on April 4th are included below the text of the piece. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - April 9, 2013

    April 9, 2013

    An art review by Mary Tompkins Lewis in the Masterpiece series in the April 6-7 edition of the Wall Street Journal, with the title: “A Vision of Faith”. The masterpiece is  'The Burial of the Count of Orgaz' (1586), by El Greco. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - April 3, 2013

    April 4, 2013

    A report by Elisabetta Poveledo in the April 1 edition of The New York Times: "Pope Calls for ‘Peace in All the World’ in First Easter Message" More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Marc 26, 2013

    March 27, 2013

    A book review William Anthony Hay in the March 23-24 edition of The Wall Street Journal, with the title: “When the Lamps Went Out”. The book is “The Sleepwalkers” by Christopher Clark, Harper, $29.99, 697 pages. ‘No single government or nation deserves blame for World War I. But the question remains: How could such calamity have occurred?” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - March 24, 2013

    March 25, 2013

    An art review in the series Masterpiece in the March 23-24 edition of The Wall Street Journal by Richard Cork, author of “The Healing Presence of Art: A History of Western Art in Hospitals” (Yale, 2012), with the title: “Old Subject, New Approach” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - March 22, 2013

    March 25, 2013

    A report by Margit Feher in the March 20 edition of The Wall Street Journal: “Hungary Central Bank Research May Signal Unconventional Future Policy” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - March 20, 2013

    March 21, 2013

    A report by Eric J. Lyman and Giuliana Grillo from Vatican City in the March edition of The Washington Times: “In sunlit ceremony, pope urges leaders to offer people hope” ‘One significant VIP is the spiritual leader of the world’s Orthodox Christians, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartolomew I.  His presence at the installation is the first from the Istanbul-based Patriarchate in nearly thousand years since the Great Schism divided the church un 1054’ More...
  • Noticed in the Press - March 17, 2013

    March 18, 2013

    A report by the Associated Press in the March 15 edition of The Washington Post: "Ethnic Hungarians mark national day in Transylvania, press for more minority rights in Romania" More...
  • Noticed in the Press - March 14, 2013

    March 18, 2013

    An editorial in the March 14 edition of The Wall Street Journal: “A Pope From the People” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Jan 18, 2013

    March 18, 2013

    In the January 18 edition of The Wall Street Journal a commentary by Stephen Prothero: "The Message of Obama's Inaugural Bibles"  'Both Lincoln and the Rev. King prayed for a less imperfect union' More...
  • Noticed in the Press - March 12, 2013

    March 13, 2013

    An op-ed by Richard Cohen in the March 12 edition of The Washington Post: “An indelible stain on FDR’s legacy” The opinion piece makes reference to the invasion and subsequent Holocaust in wartime Hungary. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Feb 22, 2013

    March 13, 2013

    An opinion piece by Danielle Allen in the February 15 edition of The Washington Post: “We need more than technocrats” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - March 5, 2013

    March 13, 2013

    We are sending an article by historian and Ambassador Géza Jeszenszky, published last year in the Hungarian magazine História (2012-8), with the title: “Ne bántsd a magyart!”. We regret that, at this time, we do not have an English version of “Do not harm the Hungarians” [Coined by the 17th century statesman, military leader and poet Miklós Zrinyi]. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Feb 17, 2013

    March 13, 2013

    A report by James Montague in the February 7 edition of The New York Times: “Symbol of Struggle” The article highlights the identity of the ice hockey team of Csikszereda. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Feb 13, 2013

    March 13, 2013

    A book review in the February 13 edition of The Washington Times by Jeremy Lott: “Benedict’s Baby Jesus” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Feb 5, 2013

    March 13, 2013

    In the February 2-3 edition of The Wall Street Journal from the series Masterpiece, a review by Richard Cork: “Epstein’s Prophesy” The masterpiece is “Rock Drill” (1913) by Jacob Epstein.  ‘A haunting symbol of modern warfare’s relentless ability to massacre humanity’ More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Jan 28, 2013

    March 13, 2013

    An obituary by Matt Schudel in the January 27 edition of The Washington Post: "Max Kampelman, top nuclear arms adviser during Cold War, dies at 92" More...
  • Noticed in the Press - March 10, 2013

    March 11, 2013

    The Saturday Essay from the March 9-10 edition of The Wall Street Journal: “What to Look for in a New Pope”  ‘The cardinals now gathered at the Vatican are choosing not just a new pontiff but a future course for their embattled Church. Six views on what sort of leader the next pope should be. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Marc 8, 2013

    March 11, 2013

    An op-ed in the March 8 edition of The Washington Post by columnist Anne Applebaum: “The legacy of dictators” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - March 2, 2013

    March 11, 2013

    A report by Jason Horowitz in the February 27 issue of The Washington Post: “In retirement, a mystery” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Feb 25, 2013

    March 11, 2013

    In the February 24 edition of The Washington Post, a commentary by Thomas J. Reese, senior fellow at the Woodstock Theological Center at Georgetown University: More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Feb 11, 2013

    February 12, 2013

    In the February 11 edition of The Washington Post, an editorial with the title: “Free trade with Europe” More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Feb 8, 2013

    February 9, 2013

    An op-ed in the February 8 edition of The Washington Post by columnist Anne Applebaum: "Laying the foundation for liberty" More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Feb 1, 2013

    February 3, 2013

    We are sending an editorial with the title “Cold War Heroes” published in the January 30 edition of The Wall Street Journal in memory of Max Kampelman and Mark Palmer. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Jan 31, 2013

    February 1, 2013

    An opinion piece by Kurt Campbell in the January 29 edition of POLITICO: "An education exchange would strengthen ties with China" More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Jan 25, 2013

    January 26, 2013

    An op-ed in the January 25 edition of The Washington Post by columnist Anne Applebaum: "A new cop on the beat?"   'Can the E.U. become the world’s policeman?' More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Jan 16, 2013

    January 17, 2013

    In the January 12-13 edition of The Wall Street Journal, a review by Danny Heitman: "Fiction as Authentic as Fact" The masterpiece is 'Robinson Crusoe' (1719) by Daniel Defoe. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Jan 12, 2013

    January 14, 2013

    An op-ed in the January 11 edition of The Washington Post by columnist Anne Applebaum: "Austerity and national character"  'Economic change depends on culture and society' More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Jan 9, 2013

    January 10, 2013

    An op-ed by columnist Dana Milbank in the January 9 edition of The Washington Post: "A uniter, not a divider"  'Christie's message of reconciliation resounds in New Jersey" More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Jan 8, 2013

    January 8, 2013

    A book review in the January 6 edition of The Washington Post by Thane Rosenbaum: “How some Warsaw Jews defied Hitler’s killing machine” The book is “Issac’s Army: A Story of Courage and Survival in Nazi-Occupied Poland” by Matthew Brzezinski, Random House, $30, 472 pp. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Jan 5, 2013

    January 5, 2013

    A report and interview with Mrs. Edith Lauer, Chair Emerita of the Hungarian American Coaltion by Bálint Ablonczy in the January 2 edition of the Hungarian weekly Heti Valasz, with  the title: „Amerikai embereink”. More...


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