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Welcome to the Jungle

T he death-of-world-order literature is large and growing, and, in The Jungle Grows Back, Robert Kagan adds to it by detailing the inception of that order itself. Kagan, a historian and a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, has in many ways become the biographer of American power. His previous book, The World America Made, was a seminal paean to the U.S.-led liberal world order. That book was so influential that it helped inspire President Obama’s State of the Union Address in 2012. “Decline,” Kagan wrote in that missive, echoing the late Charles Krauthammer, “is a choice. It is not an inevitable fate—at least not yet.”

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PODCAST: The Kavanaugh Accusation

Podcast: The claims, their legitimacy, and the potential precedent.

We devote the entire podcast today to the allegations of teenage assault issued against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Are we ready to surrender the idea that a person is innocent until proven guilty, even in a non-legal proceeding? Give a listen.

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