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former New York Times foreign correspondent, now world affairs columnist for The Boston Globe. He is the author of several books, including Overthrow: America's Century of Regime Change from Hawaii to Iraq and All the Shah's Men. His latest, The True Flag: Theodore Roosevelt, Mark Twain, and the ...

Or is the claim that “conservatives win through the democratic process, [while] liberals try to undo those victories through the courts,” as University of Pennsylvania law professor Kermit Roosevelt III explained the position to WhoWhatWhy, mere partisan propaganda? Before we try to answer that, let's look at ...
In August 1953, US intelligence operative Kermit Roosevelt Jr, acting under the alias of James Lockbridge, and General Norman Schwarzkopf entered Iran with millions of US dollars to fund operations portraying Mosaddegh as a communist. They met with the shah, urging him to replace Mosaddegh with ...
With six American adventurers, including his son Kermit, Roosevelt spent eight harrowing weeks in one of the most remote and inhospitable places on earth, battling tenacious insects, deadly rapids, fever, hunger and exhaustion on a quest to map an unknown river in one of the wildest and most beautiful ...
Filmed in the Brazilian Amazon, the film features the voices of Alec Baldwin as Roosevelt, Wagner Moura as Rondon and Jake Lacy as Kermit Roosevelt. Roosevelt's trip also inspired his great-grandson Tweed Roosevelt to take the same trip in 1992, around the time he turned 50 years old. “I think this ...
On Monday, President Trump announced he was reducing the size of two Utah national monuments, Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante. This unprecedented move, which shrinks the monuments by almost 2 million acres, is a disappointment. It may well be illegal, and it was immediately challenged ...
One exhibit case shows a giant panda looking as lifelike as the day it was shot in 1929 by either Theodore Roosevelt Jr. or Kermit Roosevelt. Or perhaps by both. President Roosevelt's sons were accustomed to firing simultaneously when having a chance to bag a rare species. Heading home from China, ...
General Robert B. Brown, commander of the US Army Pacific, addressed this year's lecture which reflected on current security dynamics in the Pacific, the role of land forces in the region and US Army's emerging concept of Multi-Domain Battle.
Patrick Sanders, commander of Field Army, British Army, delivered the annual Kermit Roosevelt Exchange Lecture at CGSC March 8. The lecture series began in 1947. It was originally sponsored by Mrs. Kermit Roosevelt, who intended it as a memorial to her late husband, Kermit Roosevelt, an American ...


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