J. Carter Wood
J. Carter Wood recently completed a Ph.D. in British history at the University of Maryland, College Park and lives in Germany. When not writing about the history of violence, he struggles to come to terms with the German subjunctive mood.
Nein Means Nein
As we march to war, mainland Europe has declined to enlist: How has this Transatlantic divide opened up, and what does it mean for the future?
03.27.2003 | POLITICS
All Quiet on the Western Front
Underneath the Bush/Hitler controversy are important lessons about the future of European politics.
09.28.2002 | POLITICS
Why Conservatives Hate Europe
War in Central Asia, turmoil in the Middle East--it would seem that Europe might be the least of our worries. Not to conservatives, though, who can find the sources of most world trouble lying in the mindset of our transatlantic allies.
07.22.2002 | POLITICS