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News Abroad


  • Proof that Bombs Can Stop Genocide

    by Rafael Medoff

    If President Roosevelt had heeded the pleas that were made in 1944 to use force against the machinery of genocide, many lives could have been saved.


  • The American Tourist in Paris: A Retrospective

    by Lauren Jannette

    Although no longer breaking furniture, running out on checks, and throwing racist fits about the evening’s entertainment, Americans remain an integral part of Paris’s continued debates over the benefits and detriments of being one of the world’s largest tourists destinations. 


  • Don’t Invade Venezuela

    by Alan McPherson

    Contrary to what most believe, a military intervention in South America would be unprecedented


  • Combatting Crimes against History

    by Antoon De Baets

    Those who died while exercising their right to history are testimony to the fact that the historian’s craft is vulnerable, that its integrity needs constant vigilance and protection, that the defence of its basic principles is a duty for all, always, and everywhere.


  • Trump’s Bullshit-Savant Moment on Afghanistan

    by Benjamin Hopkins

    What has been lost in the consternation provoked by the President’s remarks is the fundamental question which remains unanswered – namely, what the hell is the US doing in Afghanistan?