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World War II

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Understanding the Trade Dispute Between South Korea and Japan

  • Appeasement in the 1930s and Climbdown Today: Two Recipes for Failure

  • The West Needs to Seek an Accommodation with Russia

  • The ‘A’ in A-Bomb Shouldn’t Have Stood for ‘Apprehension’

    09.17.19
  • A World War II Battle Holds Key Lessons for Modern Warfare

  • Never Again War? Tracing German Military Identity

  • Two Important Days on the UN Calendar Warranting Greater Attention

    12.10.18
  • The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C.

    02.06.18
  • A Nonviolent Strategy to Stop Genocide

  • 70 years on, Primo Levi’s ‘If This is A Man’ is Still a Powerful Reminder of what it Means to be Human

    05.01.17
  • Trumphalia & U.S. Foreign Policy

  • 2017 isn’t ‘1984’ – it’s Stranger than Orwell Imagined

    01.27.17
  • Book Review: ‘The Myth of the Blitz’

    11.20.16
  • Stories from Holocaust Prisoners Forced to Work in the Gas Chambers Should be Heard, Not Silenced

  • International Day of Peace, and Human Security Reflections

    09.18.16
  • Otto Skorzeny: The Nazi who Influenced ISIS

    07.18.16
  • How the Nazis Co-opted Christmas

    12.24.15
  • From Iraq to Mars and Construction to Insurance: Leadership and the Importance of History

    11.26.15
  • Hitler at Home: How the Nazi PR Machine Remade the Führer’s Domestic Image and Duped the World