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The Firing Line
An “Insider” Memoir That Tells What the Author Learned, Not How Right She Was
Arnold R. Isaacs
Covert Wars, To What End?
How Does Syngman Rhee’s Friendship with America Still Matter Today?
Forgetting Allies: Writing the British Out of the History of the Iraq War
Blessed Be Thy Nuclear Weapons: The Rise of Russian Nuclear Orthodoxy
In Statecraft, What is Tragedy Good For?
Hope as a Method: Maxwell Taylor and America’s Cold War
Jesse A. Faugstad
The Case for a Narrower View of ‘Empire’ in the Study of U.S. Foreign Relations
Surveying the Responsibility of Command
Maj. Gen. William F. Mullen III
The Suez Crisis and the Fog of Diplomacy
Jordan Chandler Hirsch
An Empire, If You Can Find It? American Hegemony and Imperial Control
‘A War to the Death’: The Ugly Underside of an Iconic Insurgency
Nation-Building in a Time of War: Revisiting Vietnam
Making Security Assistance Work: Rethinking U.S. Efforts to Boost Partner Militaries
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