The Last Time the US and India Were This Aligned? 1780
By Richard Sambasivam
If history rhymes, it tells us that a U.S.-India strategic alignment is not so new.
Style, Warfare and George Washington
By James R. Holmes
There's reason to be grateful that the outcomes of wars aren't determined by committee.
Why Do Americans Like Revolutions?
By Zachary Keck
Revolutions are the antithesis to America’s own history, and to its geostrategic and normative interests.
The Minutemen of Boston
“The heartening public response to last week’s events suggests that the defiant Minutemen ethos lives on in Boston.”