by Gerald Kamens One morning in March 1959, a top secret policy paper appeared on my boss’s desk at Dwight Eisenhower’s Bureau of the Budget—later reborn as the Office of Management and Budget. Its subject: How to counter the Soviet … Continued
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Turbulent Atlantic Waters
by Robert Cox
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A Frontline Snapshot of USAID History
by Eric Chetwynd, Jr.
An Opportunity to Navigate the Future of Science
by David P. Hajjar and Steven G. Greenbaum
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Link to The Text Message, at the National Archives
August marks the 30th anniversary of the Burmese student pro-democracy demonstrations that began on “8/8/88”. The U.S. subsequently withdrew its ambassador in protest of the military regime, beginning a hiatus in relations that lasted until 2012.
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Near Abroad, Thailand, The Road to Unfreedom, US Counterterrorism, In Praise of Blood, The Darkening Web, China’s Great Wall of Debt, The Peace Makers