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Only the Good Get Canceled
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Only the Good Get Canceled
April 5, 2021

This is for you writers out there: If you’re not canceled, you’re no good. The good Dr. Seuss is out, as is Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, but Adolf Hitler is still in, although I can’t say the same for William Shakespeare.

The Slave, the Orator & the Emperor
April 4, 2021

A trio of Stoics from Ancient Greece offer philosophical opposition to today’s turbo capitalism in this excerpt from “Raging Twenties, Great Power Politics Meets Techno-Feudalism.”

The Slave, the Orator & the Emperor
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Washington’s Delusion of Endless World Dominion
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Washington’s Delusion of Endless World Dominion
March 24, 2021

By now, the inherent strength of Beijing’s geopolitical strategy should be obvious to Washington foreign policy experts, were their insights not clouded by imperial hubris.

Return of the Leviathan: The Fascist Roots of the CIA and the True Origin of the Cold War
March 7, 2021

In whose interest did the creation of the Cold War serve and continues to serve? Cynthia Chung addresses this question in her three-part series.

Return of the Leviathan: The Fascist Roots of the CIA and the True Origin of the Cold War
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No More Lies. My Grandfather Was a Nazi
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No More Lies. My Grandfather Was a Nazi
March 1, 2021

My grandfather, Jonas Noreika, was a particularly important part of my family story: He was the mastermind of a 1945-1946 revolt against the Soviet Union, and was executed. A picture of him in his military uniform hung in our living room.

The Victory Day
February 18, 2021

In the final days of the World War II in Europe, the German command pursued a deliberate policy of successive partial capitulations in the West to bring as many as possible of the eastern military formations westwards and surrender them intact to the British and Americans. It was General Eisenhower how dashed German hopes for a separate peace with the West and facilitated the signing of the final instrument of surrender at the seat of government from where the German aggression sprang: Berlin, captured by the Red Army.

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Lithuania Promotes a False Holocaust Narrative
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Lithuania Promotes a False Holocaust Narrative
February 13, 2021

Instead of boldly and honestly confronting the tragedy of its Jewish population, Lithuania became a leader of the post-Communist Eastern European initiatives to distort the narrative of the Holocaust in four ways.

How Democracies Die
February 7, 2021

U.S. politics are already reeling from the events of January 6, and now the Biden administration is weakening them all the more.

How Democracies Die
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