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  • The Entry Ticket in Iraq

    by William Polk

    “I don't begrudge the Iraqis support, but Vietnam taught me two things: first, support is different from replacement and, second, fighting is seldom the answer.”


  • Do Wars Really Defend America’s Freedom?

    by Lawrence S. Wittner

    U.S. politicians and pundits are fond of saying that America’s wars have defended America’s freedom. But the historical record doesn’t bear out this contention.


  • How Turkey Went Bad

    by Daniel Pipes

    Starting with the still-astonishing election of 2002, the country dramatically changed course.


  • Why Does Africa Get Hit with So Many Disasters Like Ebola?

    by Joseph Yannielli

    Looking at the litany of disaster that is recent West African history - slavery, colonialism, genocide, civil war, and now an ebola epidemic of unprecedented scope and voracity - it is tempting to conclude that this is the single unluckiest region on the surface of the planet.

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