A welcome trend among academic historians seeks to de-exceptionalize America's role in the world. But scholars shouldn't get carried away and let the U…
Exploring the history of Fort Huachuca, the “Guardian of the Frontier.”
Some old and new thoughts on our national day of trauma.
Whether the Western press, or the foreign policy establishment, want to admit it or not, the Taliban are not one-dimensional and they are not alien to …
US Empire Past and Present at the Mexican Border
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For all his failures, Donald Rumsfeld was right to warn of "unknown unknowns" in foreign policy. Unfortunately he didn't follow his own advice.
Washington's response to Cuban protests is about power, not human rights.
The "indispensable nation" is still spreading authoritarianism around the world.
In many ways, NATO was wildly successful in its time. But that time is over, and now it should be dismantled.
Pompeo's latest pitch is perfect for people who are fully consumed by the star-spangled brain worms of violence.
In the 20th century the conception and execution of US foreign policy largely became insulated from the American people. How did we get here? And what …