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Truman Doctrine

Book Review: Harry and Arthur

Taylor Dibbert | Posted 03.07.2016 | Books
Taylor Dibbert

Harry and Arthur by Lawrence J. Haas is a well-written, timely and thoroughly researched book. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt passed away in 194...

Consequences of the Truman Doctrine

Christopher McKnight Nichols | Posted 07.22.2014 | Politics
Christopher McKnight Nichols

Wherever one stands on debates over the "proper" U.S. role in the world and contemporary geopolitical challenges, the antecedents are clear. After 1947 American national security--and foreign relations more broadly -- were no longer premised on a limited view of protecting the political and physical security of U.S. territory and citizens.

Medieval Nightmare Finds a Home in the American Way of Making War

Paul Fitzgerald | Posted 06.11.2012 | Politics
Paul Fitzgerald

Ten years ago this fall we sat in the walled garden of a bullet-pocked Kabul villa on a brilliant sunlit afternoon, interviewing American reporters about what they thought the prospects were for a U.S. success in Afghanistan now that the "war" was over.