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Review of The Field of Flight: How We Can Win the Global War Against Radical Islam and Its Allies by Lt. General Michael T. Flynn and Michael Ledeen
Fifty years ago today, on Feb. 21, 1967, the journalist Bernard Fall stepped on a land mine while accompanying Marines on a mission near Hue, in South Vietnam. He died instantly. He was 40 years old.
From the Sunday edition of the Washington Post
Deadline: 1 March 2017. Call for Papers, British International History Group 29th Annual Conference
7-9 September 2017 Keele University, UK
What are the historical origins of the DISSENT CHANNEL of the Department of State?
"Viewed historically, the claim that these anti-immigrant policies are “not who we are,” while stirring, does not hold water. American nativist politics have deep roots."
CFP- Conference at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, New York City, June 15-16, 2017
Department of Automation and Systems (DAS) is offering scholarship to Brazilian students to pursue research programme at Federal University in Brazil.
The Trump presidency is unlikely to be remembered for its vigorous championing of human rights but it is already producing powerful forms of resistance that may put human rights center stage in the United...
Congratulations to the 2017 SHAFR Prize Winners!
Thanks to all the SHAFR members who braved Denver "stock show weather" and came out to our events at the AHA in Denver!
As a scholar of U.S. history, I have studied the many cases in which presidential nominees, particularly judges, have failed to gain Senate confirmation. However, according to the Senate Historical Office,...
As the 44th President of the United States prepares to leave office, 10 experts imagine how future historians will judge his legacy
Stephen Wertheim in Foreign Affairs on "Trump and American Exceptionalism: Why a Crippled America Is Something New"