Chronicles Magazine Foreign Affairs

The Conservative War on Property

Perhaps it is a delusion, like snow blindness, caused by the tons of dirty snow shoved into my driveway by the city plows and the sun's annual disappearing act that drives even non-Scandinavians into melancholy and occasional fits of berserking...

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  • Correspondence

    Letter From London

    Tony Blair's regime manages to be simultaneously comic and tragic, with a slight tilt toward tragedy. The government is made up of chinless Christian Socialists, Anglophobe Scots, aggrieved proletarians, shrewish women, and militant...

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  • Cultural Revolutions

    Talks in Belgrade

    Carla del Ponte's talks in Belgrade with President Vojislav Kostunica of Yugoslavia ended abruptly and acrimoniously on January 23. After an hour with Kostunica, an angry-looking Miss Del Ponte, the chief prosecutor of The Hague war-crimes...

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