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John Mackinlay reviews Burma ‘44, by James Holland.
Peter Roberts reviews JFK’s Forgotten Crisis: Tibet, the CIA, and the Sino-Indian War, by Bruce Riedel.
Michael Clarke reviews Too Important for the Generals: Losing and Winning the First World War, by Allan Mallinson.
Western policymakers may weigh up a number of ways to help the rebels in Libya - what should not be in doubt, however, is their obligation to provide some much-needed assistance.
As North America publicy confronts the issue of radicalization, those involved would do well to observe the lessons of the UK's experience - but have thus far shown little inclination to do so.
Vice President Biden's visit to Moscow, during which the thorny issue of missile defence co-operation was extensively discussed, may herald a thawing in NATO-Russian rhetoric.
J C Fuller demonstrates how morale is maintained in pre-war discussion of the offensive.