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Winston Churchill: Hagiography Versus History


Churchill is hero, not history, and Britain still lives under his shadow.

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A Professor in Foggy Bottom: “The Golden Hour”

An international thriller set in the world of politics and espionage.

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Africa as a Global Test Case

Has the time for a new global approach to Africa finally arrived?

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Asia Searches for Its Path to the Future

The example of the Western world offers only very limited guidance to resolve Asian countries’ domestic conflicts.

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Why Europe Leaves Me Puzzled

Reflections of a foreign correspondent from Asia upon leaving her post in Brussels.

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India as an Inspiration for Europe?

What can India teach the EU regarding the key challenges it faces?

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Yes We Can: How Eisenhower Wrestled Down the U.S. Warfare State

A former war hero practices fiscal rectitude at the Pentagon.

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The End of American Exceptionalism?

America, on the road to become like Europe’s social democracies, is losing its exceptionalism.

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Warfare and the Invention of GDP

Quite contrary to current efforts to reflect happiness, GDP was invented to prepare nations better for warfare.

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Geopolitics at a Beijing Teahouse

Different worldviews informed by different geographical points of reference.

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