A new issue of Naval War College Review is out. Mike A. Zuber (Amsterdam): Between Alchemy and Pietism: Wilhelm Christoph Kriegsmann's Philological Quest for Ancient Wisdom. Ivan Kalmar (Toronto): Race By Grace: Race and Religion, the Secular State, and the Construction of “Jew” and “Arab”. Bent Flyvbjerg (Oxford): What You Should Know About Megaprojects and Why: An Overview. Jeremy Waldron (NYU): Isaiah Berlin's Neglect of Enlightenment Constitutionalism. Aurelian Craiutu reviews A Mind and Its Time: The Development of Isaiah Berlin’s Political Thought by Joshua L. Cherniss. The cold war on campus: Steven Lukes reviews Isaac and Isaiah: The Covert Punishment of a Cold War Heretic by David Caute. Michael Kazin on why Democrats need Bernie Sanders to run for president: If nothing else, he'll make Hillary Clinton a better candidate. George Packer on the errors of Edward Snowden and Glenn Greenwald: The NSA disclosures are disturbing but they don’t portend a totalitarian state. Jean-Marie Simon reviews Afghanistan: A Distant War by Robert Nickelsberg and The Cruel Radiance: Photography and Political Violence by Susie Linfield. Lydia DePillis on how to get people saving in America again: Obamacare for retirement accounts. Susan Schulten on how World War II led to a revolution in cartography — these amazing maps are its legacy. Stephanie Saulter on 6 superpowers that really exist. Buzzfeed's founder used to write Marxist theory and it explains Buzzfeed perfectly. Reagan can cleverly appropriate commie metaphors, but when you homosexualists do it, it's like you're giving it back to Trotsky.