Fifty years after the first US troops came ashore at Da Nang, the Vietnamese are still coping with unexploded bombs and Agent Orange.
This Oscar-nominated doc is all about well-meaning Americans—with nothing about the indiscriminate US firepower that destroyed much of the country.
“Rights can be won, and rights can be taken away. Achievements are always vulnerable.”
Reconsidering how the Middle East was transformed by World War I.
It’s time to start enforcing Section 2 of the Fourteenth Amendment.
Historians are losing their audience, and searching for the next trend won’t win it back.
Democracy floats on currents of change. Is it ever capable of managing them?
The dense details in Berlin’s memorial museums overwhelm the stories they try to tell.
In Edmund Fawcett’s new history, liberalism begins with capitalism and revolution.
Memory and revolution in Poland since 1989