Surviving Victory: A New Definition of National Security
Analysis: Mideast woes alarm U.S. experts
By JACOB RUSSELL
German Historical Institute Conference on
“The Origins of Green Parties in Global Perspective”, May 26,
The State of the Green Party in the
by Dean Myerson
Of America’s Dunkirk, Napoleon’s Winter, and FDR’s Third Freedom. Roger Morris and Steve Schmidt evoke history, envision political alternatives and offer a provocative reappraisal of national security policy in a swiftly changing world
Strategic Demands of the 21st Century:
By Roger Morris
“I heard a loud boom,” Vice President Dick Cheney remembered of the suicide bomb at Bagram air base outside Kabul where he stopped over this week. Said to be aimed at Cheney himself, the attack left him untouched while killing twenty-one Afghan workers and two Americans—still more casualties in Afghanistan’s thirty-year, million-and-a-half-dead civil war.
In that setting, one hopes Cheney heard symbolically more than a “boom.” Bagram thunders with relevant ghosts, many of them American.