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If Ronald Reagan was watching the news from afar last week, he had to be smiling. Not because of President Obama's decision to abandon the planned deployment of a missile defense system in Poland... read more

 

Americans living in Germany during the 1939 offensive knew they were witnessing the beginning of something truly terrible.

 

Angus Thuermer... read more

 

Iran's Twitter-fueled protests may be using modern technology, but they're drawing from an older playbook: Poland's Solidarity movement of the 1980s.

 

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North Korea's wait for the "Great Leader" to die could unleash unpredictable consequences.

 

"You'll be there for the succession," one of my... read more

 

The Obama-Cheney disagreements over past policies are hardly unique. What similar historical debates in Poland and Russia can teach us.

 

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Successful arms-control talks between Russia and the U.S. could also help matters in Iran and Afghanistan.

 

Even to some of the closest... read more

 

Declinists have always projected America's imminent demise. For a change, they're onto something.

 

Call it America's Age of Angst. The buzz... read more

 

Rediscovering the tragic story of a great Polish revolutionary.

 

Maybe it had something to do with the difficulty of spelling Thaddeus... read more

 

President Obama can't handle the current crises alone. What world leaders must do to help.

 

Stanislaw Ciosek was once a member of the... read more

Right at the beginning of Historys Greatest Heist: The Looting of Russia by the Bolsheviks, Sean McMeekin reminds readers that on the eve of World War I Russia was a formidable power on the rise.... read more

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