Did History End? Assessing the Fukuyama Thesis
John Mueller reﬂects on Francis Fukuyama’s 1989 essay that advanced the notion that history had come to an end in the sense that “liberalism, democracy and market capitalism” had triumphed as an ideology and that effective future challenges were unlikely to prevail. He concludes that Fukuyama seems to have had it fundamentally right and that his celebration of the “autonomous power of ideas” is justiﬁed.
War Has Almost Ceased to Exist: An Assessment, John Mueller
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North Korea and the West
CONTINUING ISSUES IN U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY
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