Matthew Stevenson

Matthew Stevenson is the author of many books, including Reading the Rails, Appalachia Spring, and The Revolution as a Dinner Party, about China throughout its turbulent twentieth century. His most recent book, about traveling in France and the Franco-Prussian wars, is entitled Biking with Bismarck.

Into Africa: China Uber Alles

Into Africa: Robert Redford’s Big Game in Nairobi

Into Africa: From the Red Sea to Nairobi

An Alger Hiss Memoir

A Trumpworld Homecoming: From Kansas City and City to New York

What’s Wrong With Trump’s America? Across Arkansas, Oklahoma and Kansas

Travels in Trump’s America: Memphis, Little Rock, Fayetteville and Bentonville

Travels in Trump’s America: North Carolina and Tennessee

Travels Around Trump’s America

As the Trump World Turns

Down and Out in London and Paris With Macron, May, Trump and Gatsby

Letter From Saigon

Letter From Phnom Penh

Trump’s Excellent Russian Adventure

Obama’s Book Deal: the $60 Million Selfie

The Parallax View of Donald Trump

Is Trump the Worst President Ever?

Sex and the Presidential City

The Blame Game: Two Clintons No Trump

Larry Cameron Explains Brexit

Will Britain Pull the Plug on the EU?

Confessions of a Campaign Insider: Can It Really be Hillary vs. Trump?

Confessions of a Primary Insider III

Is Paris Burning?

Confessions of a Primary Insider II

Confessions of a Primary Insider

Primary Colors: the Candidates Invade New Hampshire

Darkness Descends on Palmyra

Senate Republicans Go Looking for Pen Pals in Iran

From the Tehran Station

The Guns of August 2014