Post Tagged with: "united states"

Herbert C. Hoover and Poland, 1929–1933: Between Myth and Reality

Herbert C. Hoover and Poland, 1929–1933: Between Myth and Reality

The US approach towards Poland and Polish matters during Hoover’s presidency in the context of East Central European policy was extremely important, yet hardly archived.

American Policy towards Czechoslovakia, 1918–1945

American Policy towards Czechoslovakia, 1918–1945

Despite calls for support from Czechoslovak democratic forces, the U.S. showed no intentions of increasing its influence in the republic following both World Wars.

A Middle Path? US Public Opinion and Grand Strategy

A Middle Path? US Public Opinion and Grand Strategy

A closer examination of recent public opinion date actually shows that the American people favor a “middle path” rather than either of the two preferred grand strategies.

Korean Civil Society Organizations: Accomplishments and Expectations

Korean Civil Society Organizations: Accomplishments and Expectations

Koreans have drawn parallels between the treatment of the comfort women and the Holocaust, leading Koreans to seek recognition of guilt and accountability from Japan.

Xi Jinping’s Landmark Speech on Taiwan: A Hedging Strategy

Xi Jinping’s Landmark Speech on Taiwan: A Hedging Strategy

When US-China relations are better, Taiwan is safer. When bilateral relations deteriorate, Taiwan could be the first victim. Reunification is a Chinese domestic affair.

Brazil and the United States: Will President Bolsonaro Bandwagon?

Brazil and the United States: Will President Bolsonaro Bandwagon?

It is not unconceivable that Bolsonaro will soon find himself in a position of needing all the help he can get – including that which may come from the United States.

Interview – PJ Brendese

Interview – PJ Brendese

PJ Brendese discusses his work exploring public memory, forgetting, relationships to memory and their link to democratic possibilities, and recent debates over monuments.

Border Field State Park / Imperial Beach, San Diego, California

Border Crossings: Our Criminals, Their Criminals, and “Good Fences”

Not all borders are the same. But they all share one thing in common: people will cross them illegally if they can – if only for the fun of it.

Interview – Arshin Adib-Moghaddam

Interview – Arshin Adib-Moghaddam

Prof. Adib-Moghaddam talks about his most recent book Psycho-Nationalism, Iran’s relations with the US, Iranian nationalism and the current role of political thinkers.

Trump’s Foreign Policy Mantra: ‘Whoever Pays For It!’

Trump’s Foreign Policy Mantra: ‘Whoever Pays For It!’

Key strands of Trump’s specific vision to make foreign policy have been fundamentally undermining the American-led liberal world order.

American Foreign Aid and Colombia’s Human Rights Tragedy

American Foreign Aid and Colombia’s Human Rights Tragedy

US foreign aid and policy discourses under the Bush administration facilitated the abuses that occurred in the context of Colombia’s post-9/11 war on drugs.

What is Happening in Afghanistan?

What is Happening in Afghanistan?

The US is losing the war and has become a part of the problem. Perhaps there are lessons to be learned from the US experience in Vietnam.

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