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Roundup Top 10!

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Gay Men and the Presidents Who Loved Them

by James Kirchick

American presidents have long had gay friends and advisers, many of whom have occupied positions not so stereotypically swish as White House decorator.


100 Legacies of World War I

Wall Street Journal editors from around the world have selected 100 legacies from World War I that still shape our lives today.


Flashback: What Neocons Told Us about Iraq

"This is going to be a two month war, not an eight year war."


The Assassin’s Shadow: The Beginning of World War I and the Legacy of Gavrilo Princip

by Brenna Miller

On June 28, 1914, one hundred years ago, one event changed the world.


Israel needs to prepare for a wholesale breakdown of the Middle East

by Louis René Beres

The world system has been anarchic since the Peace of Westphalia in 1648, but anarchy is not the same as chaos.


Can Obama avoid mission creep in Iraq?

by Julian Zelizer

The history of military involvement shows that many operations that start small end big.


Vietnam War was won, says Pepperdine fellow

by Bruce Herschensohn

What an online school teaches students about the Vietnam War.


The Sarajevo Syndrome

by Peter Coy

The powder kegs are in place, waiting for a Gavrilo Princip to light the fuse.


These Vintage Photos of Naked Soldiers Show the Intimate Side of War

by TNR Staff

Troops were encouraged by their superiors to form close “buddy” relationships, and these bonds were often cemented through horseplay.



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