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The Kings and I

The AI‘s chairman tells Putin and Nazarbayev a thing or two in St. Petersburg.

Over Here, Now

Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns talks about The War with Thomas Childers.

Breaking The Bank

The U.S. military needs to stop cramming new technologies into old platforms.

Faith & Progress

Anglo-American freedoms, the very sources of worldly success, are rooted in religious faith.

From the Archives
Labor Pains

The late professor, Senator and Ambassador speaks again—from his 1960 doctoral dissertation.

Over There, Then

In 1936, John Gunther predicted the next nine years’ darkness.

Grudging Consent

Democracy turns out to be a verb describing how some rulers acquire the resources to govern.

The Right Side of the Law

Democracy promotion isn’t “interference” into sovereign affairs of autocracies. It’s legal, and laudable.

Democracy in Papua New Guinea

I traveled around Papua New Guinea for two weeks earlier this summer. My interest in coming here was related to my interest in state-building. PNG did not have a state when it was first colonized by Britain and Germany late in the 19th century. The Australians, who took over the colonial mandate from after World […]

Democracy in Papua New Guinea

I traveled around Papua New Guinea for two weeks earlier this summer. My interest in coming here was related to my interest in state-building. PNG did not have a state when it was first colonized by Britain and Germany late in the 19th century. The Australians, who took over the colonial mandate from after World […]

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