Graham Fuller, a former vice-chairman of the U.S. National Intelligence Council and author of the brilliant book A World Without Islam (featured first as an essay in Foreign Policy in 2007), is a long-time resident of Vancouver, Canada. On the longest night of the year and the sidelines of city's bustling music festival, Fuller spoke about the continued excitement and uncertainty of the Arab Spring, the likely independence referendum on Palestine later this year, and the artificially inflated role of Islam in current events in the Middle East.
Ratko Mladic has been described as "one of those lethal combinations that history thrusts up occasionally-a charismatic murderer." What drove the Bosnian Serb military commander to order Europe's deadliest massacre since World War II? Could it have been prevented? Michael Dobbs, a U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum fellow, investigates.