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Why Is China Still Dredging Up the Ghost of Imperial Japan?

Parading the old crimes of World War II can't mask the aggression of Asia's greatest power.

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Mulling military structure (III): Reasons for teaching drill, and what would it be if we were developing it nowadays?

Back in the day, I spent a lot of time watching recruits drill at Parris Island. But I never thought much about its origins.

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The 5 Worst Treaties the United States Ever Signed

Sorry, Bill Kristol. The Iran deal isn’t one of them.

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10 best books about how the Plains Indians adapted their mode of warfare

We typically think of the Plains Indian warrior mounted, usually on a painted pinto pony, wearing a breech-clout, long flowing feathered bonnet, and little else, with a bow and arrow or decorated Winchester in his hand, conducting a lightening raid, riding off, yipping, over the horizon; the “world’s finest light cavalry” someone was supposed to have said.

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