Seeing the Future When No One Believes You
by Rebecca Gordon
The recollections and rehabilitations occasioned by the 20th anniversary of the War on Terror are, predictably, giving short shrift to the voices of dissent who questioned the ability of American military power to resolve political conflicts. Like their mythical namesake, those denounced as Cassandras in 2001 were right.
SOURCE: New York Times
What Should Drive Biden’s Foreign Policy?
Columnist and Humphrey biographer James Traub says the former Senator and VP's interventionist liberalism in foreign policy is a model for Joe Biden's administration to reestablish American preeminence in world affairs.
A Writer at The Atlantic Uses History to Make a Point About the 2016 Election – And Historians Moan
by Michael Brenes
Here's why they aren't celebrating this attempt at a usable past.
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