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Cold War

“We are capable of unleashing our imagination and creativity, of rising spiritually and morally to unexpected heights, of fighting for the truth and sacrificing …

The following remarks were delivered at the Triumph of Liberty Reception & Dinner on June 9, 2016 in Washington, DC. A quarter of a …


Book Review Cold War

Why are ever more Millennials reportedly dissociating socialism from the oppressive, communist regimes that helped define global politics during their parents and grandparents’ lifetimes? …


Cold War Communism Film

In advance of this weekend’s Oscar awards ceremony, the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VOC) is pleased to announce a new award to highlight …


Cold War Film USSR

This Cold War drama contains much to commend it. The film does not shy away from dealing with the character of communist rule and …


Cold War

On September 2 and 3, 1943, President Franklin Roosevelt met with Archbishop (later Cardinal) Francis Spellman of New York, a prelate of great influence …


Cold War

Last Saturday, 16,000 soldiers, 200 armored vehicles, and 150 airplanes, helicopters, and jets combined to form the biggest spectacle seen in Moscow since the …


Cold War

At the end of the 3rd season of The Americans, KGB agent Philip Jennings (Matthew Rhys) sits on the edge of his bed, motionless …


Cold War

“The Americans” or Real Life?


Cold War

Spies and Commissars: The Early Years of the Russian Revolution, by Robert Service (PublicAffairs, 480 pp., $32.99) “Russia, my lords and gentlemen, is the …