It was the failures and frustrations of a Wilsonian framework that helped lead to the Trump phenomenon in the first place.
One hundred years ago this fall, the U.S. Senate debated whether to enter into a new League of Nations championed by then-president Woodrow Wilson. In Wilson’s mind, the League was meant to be the capstone for American leadership of a liberal world order.
Today, the Trump administration’s critics worry that the United States has become the...
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