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Drug War still used as front for Cold War meddling, military interventions.

Trump Signals Break From ‘Globaloney’ Transnationalism

If we do not end this interventionist addiction, it will end our republic.

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While Ta-Nehisi Coates claims racists elected Trump, the votes suggest otherwise.

Eric Foner’s Artful Finesse on Lee Statues

Rubbing out history—even ‘metaphorically’—won’t help us understand it.

Is Tom Cotton’s Inner Realist Struggling to Get Out?

Hawkish senator raised eyebrows with talk of ‘endless wars.’

Who in the White House Decided to Wiretap Manafort?

Trump may have been right about Obama efforts to derail campaign.

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