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Benjamin Wallace-Wells

January 3, 2011 | Features
Peretz in Exile

For decades, Martin Peretz taught at Harvard and presided over The New Republic—a fierce, if controversial, lion among American intellectuals and Zionists. Now, having been labeled a bigot, taunted at his alma mater, and stripped of his magazine, he has found peace in a place where there is little: Israel.

November 8, 2010 |
Diplomat Gone Rogue

Peter Galbraith built a career in statecraft, pursuing a humanitarian foreign policy despite a very immodest temperament. But when the U.N. fired him for insubordination in Afghanistan, he suddenly had a reputation to defend—and nothing left to lose.

June 14, 2010 | Intelligencer
Peace Talk

After the Gaza-flotilla debacle, where does the conversation about Israel go now?

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