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  • Noticed in the Press - Feb 19, 2017

    February 20, 2017

    In the February 17 edition of The Washington Post, an opinion piece by columnist Fareed Zakaria: "A circus with lots of noise, little action" In the same issue, an opinion piece by Howard Shelanski: "Trump doesn't seem to understand the rules about making rules" In the February 19 edition of The Washington Post, a commentary by Sebastian Mallaby: "The economy is already pretty great" More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Feb 14, 2017

    February 17, 2017

    In the February 14 edition of The Washington Post, an op-ed by Garry Kasparov and Thor Halvorssen: "The rise of authoritarianism is a global catastrophe"  More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Feb 13, 2017

    February 15, 2017

    In the February 11-12 edition of The Wall Street Journal an art review, under the series Masterpiece, by Bob Greene: "Ode to Civil Discourse" The masterpiece is 'Freedom of Speech' (1943) by Norman Rockwell. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Feb 10, 2017

    February 12, 2017

    In the February 9 edition of The Washington Post, an op-ed by columnist Anne Applebaum: "Is Pax Americana doomed?" In the February 5 issue of The Washington Post, a book review by Frederik Logevall: "Laos:A lesser-known American distaster" The book is "A Great Place to Have a War: America in Laos and the Birth of a Military CIA", by Joshua Kurlantzick, Simon & Schuster, $28, 323 pp.  In the February 4 edition of the Hungarian daily Magyar Nemzet, an opinion piece by István Dobozi: "Németország lesz Európa Kinája?" Also, an English summary of the opinion piece: "Will Germany Become the China of Europe?"   More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Feb 05, 2017

    February 7, 2017

    In the February 4-5 edition of The Wall Street Journal, an editorial: "A Poisoning in Moscow"  In the February 5 issue of The New York Times, a report by Rick Lyman and Kit Gillet: "Romania Reverses Decision to Weaken Corruption Law Amid Uproar"  In the February 5 edition of The Washington Post, a report and commentary by Pankaj Ghemawat and Steven A. Altman: "The politics of globaloney" 'The world is far less globalized than people tend to think'   More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Feb 04, 2017

    February 6, 2017

    In the February 3 edition of The Washington Post, two selections from the Editorials: "A brighter vision for America"  'Joining the administration, Mr. Tillerson and Mr. Mattis speak up for the right values of leadership' and, "A Russian target" ' The U.S. should act on behalf of an activist who is mysteriously ill' Also, in the same issue, an opinion piece by columnist Fareed Zakaria: "Sorry, Mr. Trump, I agree with you" More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Feb 01, 2017

    February 2, 2017

    In the February 1 edition of The Washington Post, a report by Frances Stead Sellers and David A. Fahrenthold: "Bannon's past rhetoric becomes Trump agenda" In the same issue, a report by Ana Swanson: "Trump's administration has a new target on trade - and it's not China or Mexico" In the January 29 edition of The Washington Post, a book review by Dennis Drabelle: "America in a heated debate over its role as an empire" The book is "The True Flag" 'Theodore Rossevelt, Mark Twain and the Birth of American Empire' by Stephen Kinzer, Henry Holt, $28, 306 pp. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Jan 31, 2017

    January 31, 2017

    In the January 28-29 edition of The Wall Street Journal, a report by Anna Russell: "British Renaissance Treasures Pay a Visit"  'Washington's Folger and New York's Yeshiva Museum to show priceless manuscripts' In the January 30 issue of The Washington Post, an op-ed by columnist Robert J. Samuelson: "Trump's dangerous trade obsession" In the same edition, an obituary by Emily Langer: "Brunhilde Pomsel, 106  Secretary to Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels" More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Jan 27, 2017

    January 27, 2017

    In the January 19 edition of The New York Review of Books, a book review by Lewis Lockwood: 'There Is Only One Beethoven' The book is "Beethoven for a Later Age: Living with the String Quartets" by Edward Dusinberre, University of Chicago Press, $30, 262 pp. The review makes reference to the Hungarian Quartet (1935-1972) and more extensively to the Takács Quartet, created in 1975. In the January 23 issue of The Wahington Post, an op-ed by columnist Robert J. Samuelson: "America Last" In the January 26 edition of The Financial Times, a Letter to the Editor by Lajos Bokros: "Trump Way Off the Mark on Germany and the EU" The writer served as Hungarian minister of finance in 1995-1996 and was member of the European parliament for Hungary in the 2009-2014 session. More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Jan 24, 2017

    January 25, 2017

    In the January 20 edition of The Washington Post, an op-ed by columnist Fareed Zakaria: "In defense of globalization"      In the January 20 issue of the Hungarian weekly "Élet és Irodalom" an opinion piece by István Dobozi: "Obama világpolitikai hagyatéka"    Also, a brief summary of the opinion piece: "Obama's foreign policy legacy" In the January 24 edition of The Financial Times, a Letter to the Editor by István Dobozi: "Trump is right: Euro has helped Germany to become the China of Europe" More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Jan 21, 2017

    January 23, 2017

    In the January 18 edition of POLITICO Magazine, an article by Molly K. McKew: "Russia Is Already Winning" More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Jan 19, 2017

    January 19, 2017

    In the January 19 edition of The New York Review of Books, an article by Timothy Garton Ash, featuring a selection of seven books discussed in the article and listed prior to the text: "Is Europe Disintegrating?" In the January 18 issue of The Washington Post, an op-ed by Sebastian Mallaby: "Europe is in deep trouble" In the January 17 edition of The Washington Post, an obituary by Harrison Smith: "Zhou Youguang, 111  Chinese writing system was a 'bridge to speech' "   More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Jan 16, 2017

    January 17, 2017

    In the January 16 edition of The Washington Post, an op-ed by columnist Josh Rogin: 'The death of think tanks as we know them' In the January 15 issue of the Washington Post, a commentary by Sarah Oates: "Russian 'kompromat' works - whether is true or not"   In the January 13 edition of The Washington Post, an op-ed by columnist Fareed Zakaria: "Why China may welcome Trump" More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Jan 08, 2017

    January 12, 2017

    In the January 7 edition of the Hungarian daily Magyar Nemzet, an op-ed by István Dobozi: "Közös valuta születési rendellenességgel"  An English summary of the op-ed: "Euro suffering from birth defects" In the January 8 issue of The Washington Post, a report and commentary by Natalie Duffy and Nate Sibley: "Five Myths about Kleptocracy" In the same issue, an opinion piece by columnist Anne Applebaum: "America's 'democratic faith' dims overseas" More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Jan 12, 2017

    January 12, 2017

       In the January 7-8 edition of The Wall Street Journal, an art review by Willard Spiegelman, under the series Masterpiece: "Life and Death Distilled in Two Lines". The masterpiece is "In a Station of the Metro" (1912) by Ezra Pound. In the same issue a book review by Bartle Bull: "A Prison Without a Roof" 'The Russian exile system was the greatest sustained machine of evil in human history' The book is  "The House of the Dead"  by Daniel Beer, Knopf, $35, 464 pages. Also in the same edition, a report by Ben Zimmer: 'Persona non Grata': The Diplomatic Way to Say 'You're Unwelcome' More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Jan 04, 2017

    January 11, 2017

    In the January 6 edition of The Washington Post, a report by Ruth Eglash: "Jewish art challenging the taboo of Jesus" In the same issue, an opinion piece by columnist Fareed Zakaria: "The Russia briefing we need" In the January 4 edition of The Wall Street Journal, an opinion piece by William A. Galston: "The Growing Threat of 'Illiberal Democracy' " More...
  • Noticed in the Press - Jan 01, 2017

    January 2, 2017

    In the December 31, 2016-January 1, 2017 edition of The Wall Street Journal, an art review by Tom L. Freudenheim, under the series Masterpiece: "Sublime Enigma" The masterpiece is 'Penitent Magdalene' (1453-55) by Donatello. In the same issue, an opinion piece by Edward J. Epstein: The Fable of Edward Snowden" In the January 1, 2017 edition of The Washington Post, a recording review by Simon Chin: "Pianists do poetic justice to Liszt's dazzling compositions" The two recordings are the "Transcendental Études" More...


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