Vox Populi: Honoring Those in the ‘Boots on the Ground’
A Memorial Day essay from James Wright’s new book, “War and American Life.”
How China Could Cushion the Effects of Sanctions on Russia
Pamela Crossley, a professor of history, discusses Chinese President Xi Jinping’s “long-standing ambition” to develop alternative structures relating to international finance and trade. “The Russians could send more gas to China,” she notes.
You Can Handle the Truth: Exciting Upcoming Nonfiction Books
Half American: The Epic Story of African Americans Fighting World War II at Home and Abroad by Matthew Delmont, the Sherman Fairchild Distinguished Professor of History, is featured in a story about books being published later this year.