SOURCE: Los Angeles Review of Books
by Priya Satia
A historian of empire takes issue with a recent book examining the contradiction between changes that make war supposedly less brutal while also making it les
by John Fabian Witt
John Fabian Witt writes about a critical exchange over Samuel Moyn's book on humanitarian war, and questions Moyn's conception of the relationship between a scholar's politics and their methodology.
SOURCE: The Chronicle of Higher Education
The Yale historian has become a prominent critic of liberalism. But what’s he for?
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