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Six Questions

Six Questions for Cathy Allen on How the Democrats Will Run Against McCain

Cathy Allen is a Democratic political consultant and president of The Connections Group, based in Seattle, Washington. Her firm has worked for hundreds of successful political campaigns around the world,…

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Six Questions for Darius Rejali, Author of Torture and Democracy

Reed College Professor Darius Rejali is one of the world’s leading thinkers and writers on the subject of torture and the consequences of its use for modern society. Princeton University…

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Six Questions on How the G.O.P. Will Run Against Obama for John Brabender

Barack Obama doesn’t have the Democratic presidential nomination sewn up, but barring some very unexpected results tonight the odds seem to be moving in his favor. Obama has proved to…

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Six Questions for Alex Gibney, Producer of the Oscar-Nominated Taxi to the Dark Side

It’s Oscar season, and documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney faces a dilemma that his contemporaries could only dream of. He’s competing against himself. Of the six feature-length documentaries up for an…

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Six Questions for Christopher Slobogin, Author of Privacy at Risk

Yesterday the Senate had two votes related to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and President Bush devoted a portion of his State of the Union Address to a call for…

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Six Questions for Mark Crispin Miller, Author of Fooled Again

Mark Crispin Miller is a professor of culture and communications at New York University. He’s also a man on a mission: to make the case for electoral reform. Miller climbs…

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The Risk Horizon for 2008: Six Questions for Ian Bremmer

The EurasiaGroup’s President, Ian Bremmer, is one of the best-known political risk analysts advising investors on the New York and London capital markets. He is the author of an important…

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Six Questions for Barney Rubin on the Current Crisis in Pakistan

The assassination of Benazir Bhutto has quickly brought the chaotic situation in Pakistan back in the public’s eye. To help understand the developments out of Pakistan and to help put…

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Watch Out for Left Hook: Six Questions for Oregon Senatorial Candidate Steve Novick

One of the more unconventional races in the country this year may pit Democratic challenger Steve Novick against a distinguished Republican incumbent, Gordon Smith, for a U.S. Senate seat in…

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Six Questions for Fritz Stern, Author of Five Germanys I Have Known

A number of readers have written to ask me for book recommendations for the holiday season. My top pick, and certainly the best newly published work I’ve read in the…

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Six Questions for Chris Whalen on our speculation-based economy and the 2008 elections

Richard Christopher Whalen, a Senior Vice President and a Managing Director of Institutional Risk Analytics, has worked as an investment banker and research analyst for more than two decades. Whalen,…

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Six Questions for Douglas Macgregor on Iraq and the “Surge”

Douglas Macgregor is a retired Army colonel and a decorated Persian Gulf War combat veteran who was an active duty officer (and Pentagon advisor) until 2004. He has authored three…

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Fall of the House of Bush: Six Questions for Craig Unger

Vanity Fair contributing editor Craig Unger has just published a new book entitled The Fall of the House of Bush: The Untold Story of How a Band of True Believers…

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Six Questions for Steve LeVine, Author of The Oil and the Glory

No Comment, which has been reporting from Central Asia for most of the last week, has taken a close look at Steve LeVine’s terrific new book The Oil and The…

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Six Questions for Valerie Plame

Valerie Plame was a career CIA covert operative whose work focused on efforts to detect and thwart Iranian nuclear proliferation plans. She is married to Ambassador Joseph Wilson, who investigated…

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Six Questions for Will Folks on South Carolina Politics and Dirty Tricks

Will Folks is president of Viewpolitik, LLC, a political consulting firm based in Columbia, South Carolina. He is also the founding editor of FITSNews.com, a widely-read political blog. Folks previously…

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Six Questions for Bob Drogin on Curveball and the Iraq War

Bob Drogin is the author of the newly released book Curveball, the code name for the Iraqi defector whose pre-war claims about Saddam Hussein’s alleged mobile germ-warfare labs were seized…

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Six Questions for Greg Grandin on Che’s Legacy

Forty years ago this month, Che Guevara was captured and executed as he tried to lead a guerilla insurrection deep in the Bolivian jungle. Despite questions about his sometimes violent…

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“Can’t Win With ’Em, Can’t Go to War Without ’Em”: Six Questions for P.W. Singer

Peter Warren Singer is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, widely viewed as Washington’s premier thinktank. He has been writing about military contractors and particularly the transformational role of…

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Six Questions for Kim Long on the History of Political Sleaze

Kim Long is the author of the new book The Almanac of Political Corruption, Scandals & Dirty Politics, which chronicles several centuries of American political bribery, mudslinging, influence peddling, and…

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Betraying Our Troops: Six Questions for Dina Rasor and Robert Bauman

Dina Rasor and Robert Bauman, Betraying Our Troops: The Destructive Results of Privatizing War (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007)(foreword by Jonathan Alter) $24.95. Dina Rasor and Robert Bauman have a…

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Six Questions for Wesley Morgan

Around the country students are returning to school, and countless thousands will no doubt shortly be asked to pen an essay on ‘What I did with my summer vacation.’ However,…

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Six Questions (Without Answers) for Congressman John Conyers on Impeachment and Alberto Gonzales

Back in May, I requested an interview with Congressman John Conyers, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee and received a quick “yes” from his office. I was told that conducting…

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Six Questions for Steve Braun on Gunrunner Viktor Bout

Steve Braun is a national correspondent with the Los Angeles Times, currently covering the 2008 presidential campaign. He has covered national affairs since 1993, based first in Chicago and then…

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Six Questions for James Moore on Karl Rove’s Political Prosecutions

Six Questions (with a nod to Ken Silverstein) for James Moore, Author of Bush’s Brain: How Karl Rove Made George W. Bush Presidential and The Architect: Karl Rove and the…

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Six Questions for Seth Hettena on the Brent Wilkes Trials

Seth Hettena spent nine years with the Associated Press, where he broke stories about a terrorist suspect who was tortured to death by the CIA, revealed photos of Navy SEALs…

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Six Questions for Joost Hiltermann on Blowback from the Iraq–Iran War

Joost Hiltermann, is deputy program director for the Middle East and North Africa at the International Crisis Group, based in Amman. Prior to that he was director of the Arms…

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Six Questions for Arthur Schopenhauer

Arthur Schopenhauer, the renowned and eccentric writer whose works on the human will revolutionized modern philosophy was last seen in one of the Taunus mountain resorts up above Frankfurt sometime…

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