Woodrow Wilson envisioned a world order governed by justice and fairness. Where is that vision now, a century later?
It's almost Christmas, but Second Decade, my history podcast, has you covered! Here is my first-ever "holiday special" episode, and although holiday specials definitely have [...]
Was "appeasement" really the universally bad idea that post-WWII politicians seem to think it was? The truth is complicated.
How a diplomatic conference that was supposed to be about Napoleon turned into the biggest, costliest party in European history.
FDR's last foreign trip, on the way back from Yalta, had profound consequences for the US and the world since 1945.
The British, evidently ashamed of having lost the Revolutionary War, refused to pose for this famous picture.
Meet the man who hung out with Louis XIV, helped ferment a revolution and wound up shortened by a nose.