Stalin saw an advantage in the renewal of global hostilities, so he helped facilitate them.
For Gordon Wood, no era has a monopoly on truth. Truth is merely the epiphenomenon of the era that produced it.
Our colonial past was not beautiful, but it was also not more destructive than many other pasts.
Origins of the Spanish Civil War.
Rothman contends that the slave trade was integral to American capitalism, yet does not even try to prove it.
From Kennedy to Trump.
Gilley’s portrait of Sir Alan Burns is the best defense of empire a reader could ask for.
Contrary to the caricatures of King George III in American popular culture, he was neither ignorant nor tyrannical.
Time’s Monster claims that historians have been “the key architects of empire,” a belief embraced by the street-renaming and statue-toppling social movement.
The ancient world’s first man of letters.
In memory of our beloved colleague, Angelo Codevilla.
Bill de Blasio’s uninspiring eight years as mayor of New York City.