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American Power in Global History: Three Perspectives

Was America Ever Exceptional?

Patrick Smith | How it hurts a nation that cannot distinguish between strength and power.

The U.S.-Russian Tug of War

Martin Sieff | Lessons from Serbia 1913 for Syria 2013.

American Diplomacy and the Rule of Law

Chas W. Freeman | A call to freedom’s real arms.


The Globalist in Salon.com

Wal-Mart’s Cynical Strategy To Rule America

Stephan Richter | Salon.com | September 13, 2013

Was America Ever Exceptional?

Patrick Smith | Salon.com | September 16, 2013


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