Asia

Mission to China
March 04, 1972

From the Editors: February marks the thirty-eighth anniversary of President Nixon’s landmark visit to Beijing, and, back in 1972, TNR was one of the few media outlets able to get a first-hand report from the trip. John Osborne’s report, “Mission to China,” provided a snapshot of a country far removed from the modern economic power it is today. “China, feared though it has been and mightier now than it has ever been before, is still a poor country and, in the scales of world power, a weak country,” Osborne wrote.

The Alternatives to Communism
June 24, 1970

Is exporting democracy the way to stop totalitarian dictators?

Vietnam: Study in Ironies
June 24, 1970

Why America is losing its way in Southeast Asia.

Reinhold Niebuhr Discusses the War in Vietnam
January 01, 1970

A conversation with The New Republic.

The Ends and Means of Ayn Rand
April 23, 1961

Rosenbloom: Taking her philosophy seriously.

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