Chronicles Magazine Foreign Affairs

Polonophobia

Since the fall of the Soviet Empire, no former Soviet captive nation has fared as badly as Poland in the American press.

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  • VIEWS

    Nazifying the Germans

    Not long ago a German friend remarked to me, jokingly, that he imagined the only things American college students were apt to associate with Germany nowadays were beer, Lederhosen, and the Nazis.

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  • Principalities & Powers

    The Ruling Class

    One of the ironies of American political discussion in the last generation or so— indeed, of the last century—has been that, for all our boasting and braggadocio about being a nation founded on the proposition that all men are created equal, it...

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    The Media War Against the Serbs

    In the Yugoslav conflict, misinformation has exceeded anything ever witnessed during World War II. Television coverage of the war has appealed to emotions and weakened our faculties for critical analysis, leaving them vulnerable to manipulation...

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