When We Were Young On the twentieth anniversary of 9/11, a reflection on decisions, fate, and hope.
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A More Repressive World How much does America's example matter for human rights?
Can We Even Do This If We Try? The lessons of Afghanistan—if there are any.
America’s Maximalist Phase is Over. There May Not Be Another One Afghanistan has dealt a fatal blow to our entire way of thinking about the world.
A Lament for American Foreign Policy Two decades later, the things we wanted to forget—Afghanistan, Iraq, and a crumbling Middle East—are still haunting America.