The 1990s are usually seen as a moment of tranquility. Cold War won, business booming, history at an end. Nothing could be further from the truth.
The famous guidebook of rules, motions, and meetings has a darker history than you might think.
Female journalists in Vietnam returned, like the soldiers, nursing wounds that their countries would refuse to acknowledge.
Thanks to surveillance, political violence, and AI, we no longer have the luxury of humanist utopias to plan for the future.