The Myth of American Diplomacy: National Identity and U.S. Foreign Policy

These are sobering times. I recently attended a faculty meeting hosted by my university’s chief officer for emergency planning. (Who knew that universities have chief officers for emergency planning?) In the shadow of tragic campus shootings at Virginia Tech, Northern Illinois University and other colleges, my colleagues and I were briefed on the specifics for dealing with such an attack on our campus, especially in the classroom.


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