May 19, 2008

kagancov.jpgIn the 1990s, people talked about the “end of history,” when international power politics wouldn’t really matter. In his new book, The Return of History and the End of Dreams, Robert Kagan talks about democracy, autocracy, and the return of Great Power politics to international relations.

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