SOURCE: War on the Rocks
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For a brief moment this fall, world interest fixed its attention to an event of the past. News that the U.S. Congress approved a formal resolution recognizing the Armenian Genocide was carried as a leading story by media outlets worldwide.
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It’s valuable to revisit three events of global importance from 70 years ago and reflect on how global events intertwine with personal histories.
by Aaron Coy Moulton
How Dominican Dictator Rafael Trujillo used the ambassador to the Dominican Republic's son to try to influence American foreign policy.
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- Lincoln Library Cancels Exhibition Over Racial Sensitivity Concerns
- Nixon Did Call the Military on Protesters. He Just Covered It Up.
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- Let Us Drink in Public