Archive for 2007
China's first architect to win a competition overseas has radical ideas about transforming his country's structures - and its culture.
Financial Times | December 22nd, 2007
A once-jailed Cuban exile's research reveals how East Germany exported its repressive Stasi security system to Cuba, where it lives on today.
Miami Herald | November 4th, 2007
Review of "Weimar Germany: Promise and Tragedy"
Financial Times | November 3rd, 2007
Our classic car caravan passes through Confucius' hometown on the last leg of our journey from Shanghai to Beijing.
Forbes Autos | October 11th, 2007
Our convoy of classic Bentleys and Rolls-Royces traveling 1,000 miles through China seems at times more ancient than the landscape.
Forbes Autos | September 28th, 2007
The city's past is visible in bombed-out buildings left unrepaired, but the vibe is hip, not tragic, and travelers are trickling back.
Los Angeles Times | September 23rd, 2007
A motley crew of rich car enthusiasts from around the globe guns 1,000 miles through China in rare, classic cars and we're along for the hair-raising ride.
Forbes Autos | September 19th, 2007
Authorities say a spate of arrests has foiled a wave of bomb plots in Germany and Denmark. How the investigation unfolded.
Newsweek | September 6th, 2007
Artist Julian Schnabel is having such a spectacular year, he can wear purple pajamas if he wants to.
Newsweek | August 20th, 2007
The status quo in Kosovo won't work. Nor will the plan being pushed by the U.N. and Washington.
Newsweek | July 16th, 2007