Author Archives: John C. McKay
Quasi-memoir by former congressman is set deep in domestic conflict.
A century after the U.S. entered the conflict, its destabilizing effects are still apparent.
In a dangerous world, allies help keep the peace.
Historians may never fully comprehend the soldier’s experience, but several are trying.
A half-century of inconsistent and ineffective U.S. behavior towards Havana provides a model of how not to conduct foreign policy.
Robert Timberg’s gripping memoir traces his way from burning in Vietnam to writing in Washington.
from The American Conservative