Tim Naftali

Timothy Naftali is the director of the Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Archives at New York University.

Politics
Dec. 9 2014 11:58 PMDid the CIA Go Rogue After 9/11?The Senate Intelligence Report raises painful questions about who watches the watchers.
Politics
April 25 2013 12:26 PMWill the Bush Library Address Torture?Americans should be outraged if it doesn’t.
History
Oct. 15 2012 3:30 AMFirst BrotherWhy is it taking RFK’s family so long to show us his papers from the Cuban Missile Crisis?
The Book Club
June 3 2008 2:47 PMReaganism Is Dead No Matter What
History Lesson
April 5 2006 12:03 PMThe Lion in WhimperWhy didn't we see Saddam's weakness?
Politics
Jan. 3 2006 6:30 AMTinker, Tailor, Miner, SpyWhy the NSA's snooping is unprecedented in scale and scope.
Politics
Oct. 11 2005 12:39 PMSend in the CavalryThe president's powers in the event of disaster.
War Stories
July 13 2005 3:16 PMCracking the London CaseAgatha Christie vs. the terrorists.
War Stories
June 30 2005 5:16 PMMilan SnatchExtraordinary rendition comes back to bite the Bush administration.
Politics
Aug. 29 2013 6:14 PMObama Should Reveal Secret Syria InterceptsNow is the time to release intelligence—but not act on it.
Politics
Nov. 9 2012 6:16 PMHow Obama Can End Political GridlockBy following in the footsteps of Lincoln and FDR.
Foreigners
March 13 2012 3:19 PMWhat JFK Can Teach Obama About Dealing With IranThere are many lessons, including one for his Republican critics.
The Book Club
June 2 2008 6:41 AMHave Reagan's Successors Misunderstood Him?
Politics
Feb. 3 2006 6:17 PMSnoop DogsWhat does Congress do next about the NSA?
Politics
Nov. 2 2005 7:03 PMSuperiority ComplexWhy is the vice president deciding how the U.S. treats foreign detainees?
Politics
Sept. 6 2005 12:31 PMDepartment of Homeland Screw-UpWhat is the Bush administration doing?
Politics
July 7 2005 5:41 PMChertoff's Bad MoveHow not to respond to the London bombings.
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