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One of the biggest blind spots of the US government from 1918-1945 was its underestimation of communism’s public appeal. Many officials thought the doctrine …


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Last fall, we startled many people in this city when we published the results of a YouGov poll that revealed that 44 percent of …


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In May 2017—70 years after the announcement of the Marshall Plan—I visited Greece on a US State Department-sponsored program commemorating the anniversary. There was …


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For the past two weeks, the Central American nation of Nicaragua has been wracked by protest. The police and paramilitaries loyal to socialist strongman …


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By all accounts, a summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un is imminent. The stakes for the meeting are high, …


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Is communism environmentally friendly? At first glance, one might be tempted to answer “yes.” A powerful central government with a collectivist philosophy might be …


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“Given that our nations have found themselves on the brink of hopelessness and resignation, we have decided to express our protest and to awaken …

One hundred years ago, a catastrophic event took place in the grand city of St. Petersburg. A revolution overthrew the Tsarist government of Russia. …


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The “Made in China” label is famous worldwide, found on an immense array of consumer products that can be found in any shop, large …


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On January 17, 2017, a group of South Korean lawmakers was briefed on North Korea strategy by someone with a very special sort of …