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Roundup Top 10!

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Washington asks, “Who lost Ramadi?”

by Juan Cole

But Washington never had Ramadi.


What Syrian Chemical Weapons Reveal about Obama

by Daniel Pipes

The famed "red line" warning that Barack Obama issued in August 2013 to Bashar al-Assad of Syria was arguably the defining foreign policy moment of his presidency: an unequivocal warning to a rogue leader to desist from war crimes or pay the price.


We’re all populists now

by David Greenberg

Candidates of the left, right and center have something in common: They all want to be seen as populists.


Why are we so polarized and when did this start? An interview with William Galston.

by William Galston

This interview stems from “Polarization in a Historical Perspective,” filmed at the Miller Center in 2014.


America Needs a Commander-in-Chief, Not a Historian

by Noah Rothman

Bush’s stumbles over whether his brother’s signature achievement in office was justified have sparked a deluge of retrospection and self-criticism from the 2016 field of GOP candidates.


Slaves of history

by Jori Lewis

If you descend from slaves in Senegal, your shame is an open secret and your life limited by stigma and disrespect


15 stunning photos that show how Paris has changed since World War II

by Rick Noack

Seventy years ago this month, the Allied forces defeated the Nazis. How have things changed since then?


The Secret History of American Religion

by Daniel Silliman

Christian Fundamentalism Started As a Capitalist Ad Campaign


The other racial divide in policing

by Jonathan Zimmerman

Throughout history, departments have discriminated against African-American cops


Against generations

by Rebecca Onion

Generational thinking is seductive and confirms preconceived prejudices, but it’s a bogus way to understand the world.



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