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foreign policy


  • Ideologies and U.S. Foreign Policy International History Conference: Day 2 Coverage

    by Miriam Lipton

    What was the global significane of the Civil War? What exactly is the definition of “freedom?” How are Donald Duck, Indiana Jones, and anti-modernizationistsconnected? The second day of the Ideologies and U.S. Foreign Policy International History Conference was highlighted by experts’ bold answers to these ambitious questions.



  • Frantz Fanon and the CIA Man

    by Thomas Meaney

    Based on an encounter with Fanon’s CIA handler, C. Oliver Iselin, Meaney presents the firsthand experience of a mid-level figure in the U.S. security state who participated in the national liberation movements in Africa. 



  • The Cold War's Global Legacy of Misinformation

    by Jennifer M. Miller

    Today's deep apprehension about the consequences of misinformation and foreign subversion can make it easy to forget that such fears are not new. 


  • Proof that Bombs Can Stop Genocide

    by Rafael Medoff

    If President Roosevelt had heeded the pleas that were made in 1944 to use force against the machinery of genocide, many lives could have been saved.