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How Trump Can Still Win His Nobel on Korea

by All is not lost. Despite the fact that President Trump has cancelled his much-ballyhooed summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jung Un, the president and his army of Trumpsters and Trumpistas need not despair. There is still an opportunity for him to win his Nobel Prize for Peace. First things first, however. In 1962, a Cold War curmudgeon named Fred Schwarz published a book entitled

A Remarkable Lawyer and a Fascinating Case

by The New York Times has published a lengthy obituary of one of most remarkable lawyers in U.S. history, an African-American woman named Dovey Johnson Roundtree, who passed away last Monday at the age of 104. Her most famous case was a criminal case involving the murder of Mary Pinchot Meyer, the former wife of a high CIA official who had been having an ...

America: The Dictatress of the World

by On July 4, 1821, John Quincy Adams delivered a speech that summarized America’s founding foreign policy of noninterventionism. Having gone down in history with the title “In Search of Monsters to Destroy,” Adams pointed out that one of the best things about the United States was that the U.S. government did not embroil itself or meddle in the affairs of other nations. Adams issued an ...

Bush’s Wrong-Headed View on Foreign Policy

by Like other conservatives, former President George W. Bush has a muddled understanding of the foreign-policy principles of "interventionism" and "isolationism." In a recent speech to a group in Washington, D.C., called the Atlantic Council, Bush decried President Trump’s foreign policy of “isolationism,” which Bush said was dangerous. Invoking Winston Churchill to explain his foreign-policy philosophy, Bush stated: America is indispensable for the world. The price of ...

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The Trouble with Aid

Claudia R. Williamson is a post-doctoral fellow at the Development Research Institute of New York University. Her ...

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