We Shot the War: Overseas Weekly in Vietnam

We Shot the War: Overseas Weekly in Vietnam

Explores the legacy of Overseas Weekly, a muckraking military tabloid that covered the Vietnam War and earned a reputation as “the least popular publication at the Pentagon.”



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Roots of the Issei: Exploring Early Japanese American Newspapers

Roots of the Issei: Exploring Early Japanese American Newspapers

Examines the emergence of key Japanese American generational terms in the early 20th century using digitized Japanese American newspapers.



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Revolution and Aftermath: Forging a New Strategy toward Iran

Revolution and Aftermath: Forging a New Strategy toward Iran

Discusses Iran’s underappreciated role in US grand strategy since the end of World War II and how America can successfully approach Iran in the 21st century.



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Spin Wars and Spy Games: Global Media and Intelligence Gathering

Spin Wars and Spy Games: Global Media and Intelligence Gathering

Hoover Institution fellow and former international correspondent Markos Kounalakis, PhD, explores the shifting tides of our global news media infrastructure, and how state-sponsored news outlets are eclipsing independent journalism.



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