Say Cheez-It: Doggy photos at Delaware Art Museum
The News Journal
Among Erwitt's most memorable images is the great Kitchen Debate between Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev and Vice President Richard Nixon. Standing in front of a model kitchen in 1959, Nixon is pictured jabbing his finger at the Communist leader.
Mal Peet: Author who produced his first novel at the age of 52 and became an ...
Quoting from official documents, it includes all the main historical players, with the Russian leader Nikita Khrushchev coming over "as hard as a drill-bit and as cunning as a lavatory rat." Well reviewed, it made less impression than it should. By now ...
Sorry, Bibi: Iran is bad, but it is no Amalek, Haman or even Nazi Germany
In 1958, Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev asked then-U.S. Senator Hubert Humphrey where he was from. When Humphrey pointed out Minneapolis on a map, Khrushchev said, “I will have to remember to have that city spared when the missiles start flying.”.
The Crime of the Century
The New Republic
One sentence, eight lines, beside a sprawling article about International Women's Day—this was all Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev required to hand Crimea to Ukraine. It was a gesture to celebrate Slavic fraternity between Moscow and Kiev, and besides ...