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Response to Review no. 28

The main problem of contemporary history is to see it at a distance. Lawrence Freedman appears to have passed through at lest three moods since 1989, to judge by his observations: euphoria, followed by a “post-euphoric mood” and a less gloomy phase “a few years on”. It is impossible to write the history of theContinue reading “Response to Review no. 28”