A history lesson for Americans
World War 1
The splintering of international economic interdependence is a worrying sign for peace through trade.
"If any question why we died/Tell them, because our fathers lied," wrote Rudyard Kipling of the Great War. Think about that, not contemporary politics.
Trump's Military Parade Would Have Been Foolish, Expensive, Authoritarian. Canceling It Was the Right Move.
There will be no military parade today. There shouldn't be one any other day, either.
A 1920s-era novel sheds light on Eastern European anti-authoritarianism.
The trade war that seemed improbable for weeks is now slipping closer to inevitable. The first major deadline comes at midnight.
CPAC panel underdelivers.
U.S. involvement in World War I lasted just a year and a half. But government today uses its leavings to threaten Americans' freedom.