Author profile: Daniel D. Trifan

Daniel Trifan is Professor of History at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Missouri, where he has taught since 1988. He has published articles, book chapters, and book reviews in journals ranging from The European Studies Journal to the AHA Perspectives on a variety of topics, including military strategy and history. His research interests range widely, from ancient military strategy and doctrine to the political background of arms control negotiations, and he is currently engaged in an extensive study of the Scottish Regency period from 1567 to 1578.

Pope Pius XII, the Holocaust, and the Identity Question in the Catholic Church

Pope Pius XII, the Holocaust, and the Identity Question in the Catholic Church

It is important to understand the larger issues implicit within the controversy caused by Pius XII’s failure to condemn the Holocaust, such as the ongoing search for identity in the Church.

Review – Obama’s Wars

Review – Obama’s Wars

Woodward’s book is a meticulously and exhaustively researched account of President Obama’s handling of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan during the first two years of his first administration.

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