Seventy years after George Marshall’s famous speech built the modern foundation of the transatlantic alliance, Donald Trump seems determined to tear it apart.
Including a new Arctic air defense system.
The new president has sounded an unprecedented retreat for the United States from its role as a world leader.
In the age of Trump, literature can sustain those searching for the courage to resist the politics of division.
I’d been taught that “blitzkrieg” was a pseudo-German term invented by the Anglo-American press to describe the emerging Nazi way of war.
His nephew, a government minister, says the award was rescinded after a meeting with the Dalai Lama.
But unlike Donald Trump, Wendell Willkie was a powerful proponent of internationalism and America’s role as a global steward.
Best Defense is in summer reruns. Here is an item that originally ran on February 12, 2016.
The mailboat the other day brought Volume 7 of the papers of Gen. George C. Marshall.
Volodymyr Viatrovych is erasing the country’s racist and bloody history — stripping pogroms and ethnic cleansing from the official archives.