by Danielle Taana Smith
American leaders have failed to learn from the past and are staking the nation's health to competition with foreign adversaries instead of improvement of American lives.
by Andrew Bacevich
The release of Stephen Wertheim's book shoud prompt a reconsideration of American intervention abroad.
SOURCE: NY Times
by Ian Buruma
Mr. Trump is taking a wrecking ball to the world order.
SOURCE: The Atlantic
by George Packer
What the life of Richard Holbrooke tells us about the decay of Pax Americana.
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