1. What are your major "take-aways" from your reading of Robert Worth's A Rage For Order?
2. Describe something of significance that seemed particularly interesting, surprising, and/or important from your Understanding South Africa browsing.
3. "The United Nations," declared Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold in 1954, "was not created to take mankind to heaven, but to save humanity from hell." How would you begin to assess the accomplishments and failures of the United Nations from the perspective of its 75th anniversary? How can history help to explain where and what the organization is now?
4. What use does Vladimir Putin make of history? What do you think this says about Russians' relationship with their Soviet and pre-Revolutionary past?
5. Sophie Pinkham: "This is another important feature of Russia's national idea: Russia is always saving the world and never getting the credit. Instead, It awaits the next betrayal." Comment.
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