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In Defense of Empire
It can ensure stability and protect minorities better than any other form of order. The case for a tempered American imperialism.
Lessons from the Little Ice Age
The Little Ice Age of the seventeenth century triggered global disruptions to civilization. Policymakers need to heed the warning.
NEW YORK TIMES
Madman in the White House
This time, it's the Russians who are making use of Nixon's "madman theory."
#4 Good for the Bushes and the Clintons, but Not Good for America
Since 1980, presidential politics have heavily featured two families. But dynasties aren't what's best for democracy.
LOS ANGELES TIMES
Think Russia's Land Grab is Unique? Think Again.
Just ask Turkey.
LOS ANGELES TIMES
Rand Paul Doesn't Stand a Chance
Libertarianism may be on the rise, but it has no real chance of taking over the Republican Party, much less the nation.
THE NEW REPUBLIC
Mao Won the Battle, Chiang Kai-shek Won the War
History will prove the defeated Generalissimo had a greater impact on modern China than its most famous father.
#8 A Fond Farewell to Jonathan Schell
Schell represented a WASP cultural sensibility and poured it into the beginnings of a transracial, global civil society.
Ready for World War III?
Remember Winston Churchill's key to Russian action: Russian national interest.
#10 The My Lai Massacre Just Got Worse
CBS News has an article that shows that President Richard Nixon sought to cover up the My Lai Massacre during the Vietnam War.
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