Articles by Charles Glass on theintercept.com
In his new book, “Gaza: An Inquest Into Its Martyrdom,” Norman Finkelstein presents Gaza’s case like a veteran prosecutor at a homicide trial.
Ronen Bergman’s history of Israel’s assassination program exposes a policy that blurs distinctions between soldiers and assassins, politicians, and killers.
Had anyone simply listened to the people of Syria, the multiple tragedies of the past century might have been avoided.
“The Edge of the Precipice” draws on official Syrian archives to tell the story of Henry Kissinger’s shuttle diplomacy after the 1973 Arab-Israeli War.
Christopher Phillips’s brilliant analysis of the factors fueling the Syria war is a refreshing contrast to works by ostensible but ill-informed experts.