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Mr. Republican: Tear Down This Myth!

  It is hard not to be dumbfounded by the Republicans’ love of Reagan. Some of my Republican friends talk about wishing they could vote for Reagan today. If he were alive, they assure me, he would be elected again. Most of these people were children when he was in office, yet they look back […]

US Democratic Global Primary

US Democratic Global Primary

Americans are sick of being global pariahs. Europeans roll their eyes, treating American accents like nails running down a chalk board. What ever happened to the Land of Opportunity? It seems that the past eight years of George W. Bush’s presidency have profoundly damaged the international reputation of Americans and the brief sense of solidarity […]

A Liberal Voice

A Liberal Voice

It is one the great paradoxes of contemporary America that a country with the world’s top experts on international politics conducts such a flawed foreign policy. Talking to Foreign Affairs editor James F. Hoge during his recent stay in Vienna, one couldn’t help but wonder what the world would look like if people like him […]

Question & Answer

Question & Answer

Vienna Review: In his speech last year to the Webster Vienna graduation, U.S ambassador to Hungary, George Herbert Walker compared Hungary in 1956 to Iraq today, telling his audience he believed “freedom is on the march.” President Bush used the same analogy in his speech in Budapest in June this year. Many of our students […]

The ‘Big Picture’ Doesn’t Show Pain

The two muscular men in black, one bald, the other one with dark short hair, walked around the black, shiny limo, checking the street once again, before holding the car’s back door open for the diplomat to leave the car. Susan McCaw, no longer hidden by the tinted windows, stepped onto the street and from […]

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