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The Return of History and the End of Dreams

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Hopes for a new peaceful international order after the end of the Cold War have been dashed by sobering realities. Great powers are once again ... Show synopsis

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  • The return of Hitler Jul 23, 2008
    by Ron Townsend

    The major powers Kagan discussed were China, Russia, India, Japan, and the US.
    He takes us through a labyrinth of power and we see that the collapse of the Berlin wall
    only resulted in more powerful potential allies. I can't see why Russia or the others
    should not have wealth. Moscow, described in an article in the current National Geographic, has more billionaires than any city in the world. Millionaires are like church
    mice. So why does Putin clamp down on democracy? Perhaps one who has never had
    a free society cannot envision it even if they try it on or for size. And why should we expect
    countries who have never had the taste of democracy to embrace it.

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