Articles by Peter Maass

category: Book Reviews

An Enduring Condition

The Nation  |  May 9, 2012

What Happened at the Macondo Well?

The New York Review of Books  |  September 29, 2011

Five Best Books on Oil

The Wall Street Journal  |  August 21, 2010

20th Century Horrors, Exhumed

Los Angeles Times  |  August 15, 2004
The Stone Fields: An Epitah for the Living. By Courtney Angela Brkic

Death and Taxis

The Washington Post  |  December 24, 2000
This House Has Fallen: Midnight in Nigeria. By Karl Maier

The Horror

The Washington Post  |  August 27, 2000
Me Against My Brother: At War in Somalia, Sudan, and Rwanda. By Scott Peterson

James Nachtwey’s Inferno

George  |  December 1999
For more than a decade, photographer James Nachtwey has chronicled the war zones of the world—Rwanda, Bosnia and Chechnya among them. Now, a new book, Inferno, brings us his vision of hell on earth.

Taken Hostage

The Washington Post  |  February 21, 1999
In the Cellar. By Jan Philipp Reemtsma

NASA’s Lack of Shuttle Diplomacy

The Washington Post  |  December 10, 1998
Dragonfly: Nasa and the Crisis Aboard Mir. By Bryan Burrough

Love and Fury in the Balkans

The Washington Post  |  August 20, 1997
Montenegro. By Starling Lawrence

Rwanda, the Sorrow and the Pity

The Washington Post  |  August 25, 1996
Season of Blood: A Rwandan Journey. By Fergal Keane
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Articles by Peter Maass
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Dispatches from the war in Bosnia, published in 1996 by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.

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