Maurice Greenberg on China and America
How two nations have changed.
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The Blood Telegram gets America's reaction to the 1971 South Asia crisis wrong.
The "most secure great power in world history" continues to engage in costly interventions to defend merely peripheral interests.
The Manning and Snowden revelations have provoked a necessary conversation about liberty and security. But their mass disclosures harm America's intelligence partnerships and the trust of potential sources.
Revolutions rarely produce stable democracies and human rights overnight—and it's foolish to expect otherwise.
A threat to stability—for now.