interviews

interviews

Emma Sky on How to Fix Iraq and Defeat ISIS

You write that the rise of ISIS in Iraq was not inevitable but a function of failed policies on the ...
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Should Women Fight Alongside U.S. Special Forces?

Your book details the death of the first woman to die in an all-women unit called the Cultural Support Team ...
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Thanassis Cambanis on Egypts Unfinished Revolution

In your new book, Once Upon a Revolution, you tell a well-known story from a previously unexplored perspective—that of the revolutionaries themselves, ...
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Are We at our Norman Angell Moment with China?

Christopher Cokers new book, The Improbable War: China, The United States and Logic of Great Power Conflict, opens with a discussion of ...
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A Conversation with Christian Appy on the Fragility of American ...

Your book, American Reckoning: The Vietnam War and Our National Identity (Viking), discusses this syndrome of “No More Vietnams,” which ...
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Nicolaus Mills on Army-Navy Football, Vietnam, and Brotherhood in War

When West Point won the Army-Navy Game of 1964, it fulfilled the dreams of teammates who had suffered defeats at ...
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Free Speech, Self-Censorship, and the Cartoon that Shook the World

When Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten published cartoons of the prophet Mohammed in 2005, its editor, Flemming Rose, and his country, Denmark, found themselves ...
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American Witnesses of the Nazi Rise to Power

Your book Hitlerland chronicles the lives of Americans who witnessed first-hand the Nazis rise to power. What drew the Americans you write ...
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Revisiting the First 102 Days of the War on Terror

The phrase Tora Bora became a tagline for anti-Bush stump speeches by John Kerry during his 2004 presidential run. Over ...
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Ron Capps on PTSD and Recovery from Serving in Five ...

A veteran of five wars, Ron Capps, who served both as a senior military intelligence officer and a U.S. State Department ...