Michael H. Hunt: Republicans on foreign policy: Regional powers and regional problems

Regional issues continue to tie politicians in knots. Michael Hunt responds to the GOP debate on foreign policy, as both an historian and as a citizen. Continue Reading Michael H. Hunt: Republicans on foreign policy: Regional powers and regional problems

Lloyd Kramer: Why the History of Nationalism Matters in a Global Age, Part 1

Lloyd Kramer discusses the omnipresence of nationalism and its manifestation in contemporary society, from political campaigns to national identity. Continue Reading Lloyd Kramer: Why the History of Nationalism Matters in a Global Age, Part 1

John Ernest: Saving Marriages by Divorcing History

Historical recklessness is apparently the new political correctness. Continue Reading John Ernest: Saving Marriages by Divorcing History

On the death of Jesse Helms

There are few North Carolinians more qualified to speak on the passing of Helms than Rob Christensen, longtime political writer for the Raleigh News & Observer and author of The Paradox of Tar Heel Politics: The Personalities, Elections, and Events That Shaped Modern North Carolina.