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Tag Archives: World War I
By guest author Mike Corgan “dreaming of systems so perfect that no one will need to be good.” C.S. Lewis wrote those words for his verse play The Rock, but they could just as well apply to U.S. foreign policy … Continue reading
Psychoanalysts have had a long interest in war and other forms of human aggression. For example, the “father” of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud (1915), horrified by the outbreak of World War I, argued that the violence was convincing evidence that “A … Continue reading
Second in a series by guest author Dr. Dahlia Wasfi In 1917, as the Allies (with the help of the Arabs) were rallying to win World War I, the British government issued the Balfour Declaration. This decree regarding a Jewish … Continue reading
First in a series by guest author Dr. Dahlia Wasfi Imperialism is defined as the policy of extending a nation’s authority by territorial acquisition or by the establishment of economic and political hegemony over other nations. The British Empire’s reign … Continue reading