OAH 2020

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  • 13 Apr 2020
    Rasmus Sinding Søndergaard

    Congress and Human Rights in the Age of Reagan

    In January 1983, two junior members of Congress, John E. Porter – a moderate Republican from Illinois – and Tom Lantos – a liberal Democrat from California – launched a new forum dedicated to “encourage broad bipartisan attention to human rights abuses” across the world. By the end of the decade, their Congressional Human Rights […]

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  • 27 Jan 2020
    Timothy J Lynch

    Trump and Iran Go Back Years

    We do not yet know whether President Trump’s killing of Qassim Suleimani, Iran’s second most powerful leader, will prove to be a masterstroke or a disaster. The president’s antipathy toward the Islamic Republic is easier to discern. Its roots lie in the Cold War. Trump may have been acting on short-term intelligence in targeting the […]

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  • 8 Jan 2020
    Anne C. Bailey

    The 1619 Project and Bringing History to the People

    Weeping Time Author Anne C. Bailey weighs in on the debate over The 1619 Project.

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