Tag Archives: World War 1

The Decline of the West, 1918-2018

This summer will mark the centenary of the appearance of the first volume of Oswald Spengler’s influential The Decline of the West.

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Annals of War: How Woodrow Wilson Cost Europe a Century – Part II

Did American intervention in WWI help destabilize the European continent?

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Annals of War: How Woodrow Wilson Cost Europe a Century — Part I

Did American intervention in WWI help destabilize the European continent?

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1814 or 1914? The Fateful Choice in 2014

The surprising way in which historical choices present themselves in cycles that are 100 years apart.

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Europe: June 1914 Vs. June 2014

How Europe went from barbarity to civilization over the course of the 20th century.

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WWI and the United States: Woodrow Wilson’s Wisdom or Folly?

Would Europe have become a better place faster if the United States had not intervened in World War I?

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Churchill: Architect of Catastrophe, 1914

How a legendary politician needlessly took Britain into a continental war in 1914.

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Moltke: Architect of Catastrophe, 1914

How one general accidentally plunged Germany into a ruinous war in 1914.

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Europe 1914: Lessons for China and Japan in 2014

Avoiding geopolitical conflict and seeking justice and reconciliation.

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Versailles, Take II?

What parallels may emerge between the G-20 and the aftermath of World War I?

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