Michael Mandelbaum is Christian A. Herter Professor Emeritus of American Foreign Policy at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and a member of the editorial board of American Purpose. He is the author of many books on foreign policy, including most recently The Rise and Fall of Peace on Earth (2019).
Articles and Events
The ongoing battle between Ukraine and Russia in Ukraine’s Donbas region recalls three great battles in the history of the United States.
Venture capital violates the norms of conventional banking and in so doing has helped to create Google, Facebook, Apple, and other giant, world-transforming businesses.
Today at Carnegie Hall, a special program celebrates the remarkable life and work of educator and academic impresario Vartan Gregorian, who died a year ago. We’re reposting Michael Mandelbaum’s tribute.
The Cold War was not always cold, and the war in Ukraine repeats some of the patterns of that era.
George Washington and Abraham Lincoln are worth remembering—now more than ever
Michael Mandelbaum replies to Francis Fukuyama and Bruce Weinrod on NATO expansion.
NATO expansion redivided Europe, isolated Ukraine, and enabled Vladimir Putin.