American Studies

Why Conservatives Turned on the U.S. Military

Conservative American pundits and politicians have found a surprising new punching bag: the “woke” U.S. military. “Anti-American indoctrination [is] seeping…

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Manifestations of Racial Discrimination as Shown in selected Poems by Maya Angelou

This research aims to highlight the unique existence of black women as they go on their daily lives in a…

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Venezuela’s Endless Crisis

or a glimpse into Venezuela’s future, look at Arauquita, a remote Colombian border town of about 5,000 people.

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The Age of America First

Donald Trump was supposed to be an aberration—a U.S. president whose foreign policy marked a sharp but temporary break from…

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Brazil might get nuclear-powered submarines even before Australia

NUCLEAR SUBMARINES have caught the world’s eye in recent weeks. On September 15th America, Australia and Britain signed the “AUKUS” pact to…

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The U.S. Obsession With Failed States After 9/11 Was a Costly Distraction

The 20th anniversary of 9/11 is an opportune moment to reflect on the lessons the United States drew from those…

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Remaking America’s Broken Foreign Policy

For nearly three decades after the end of the Cold War, U.S. foreign policy was characterized by a bipartisan consensus:…

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Populism and President Trump’s approach to foreign policy: An analysis of tweets and rally speeches

Much like his candidacy, Donald Trump’s presidency has been described as populist par excellence and as fundamentally breaking with the liberal internationalist…

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Did 9/11 Change the United States?

On Sept. 12, 2001, Americans awoke to a world that appeared forever altered. The morning before, the United States had…

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