Apocalyptic ideas about Israel’s future only feed extremism and hinder compromise.
The party of Hillary Clinton still has a few opponents of the surveillance state—but can they win?
More U.S. involvement would mean less incentive for the Saudis, Turks, and other regional powers to combat the Islamic State.
Demand for a more activist foreign policy is still quite weak in the country as a whole.
With 2016 on the horizon, GOP regulars are already deserting the realist foxhole.
Unionists may win this vote, but it will only encourage the nationalists to try again.
Hélas, Ta-Nehisi Coates spends his summer becoming a soixante-huitard
The problem for Republicans: most of their 2016 candidates are just as bad as Christie when it comes to being “heavy on swagger and light on substance.”
Progressivism has dealt numerous blows to education, but is another one-size-fits-all method any better?
Practical advice for 19- and 20-year-olds from The Divine Comedy.
From the ISIS insurgency to Kurdish independence, Iraqi politics depend on who controls the crude.
Confronting the new Islamic State requires reevaluating old alliances and enemies.
The world is still mostly much more secure and peaceful than it used to be.
And Alabama Crimson Tide fans are No. 1—so to speak.
Will today’s hipster millennials bring needed growth and innovation to America?
Approaching the pilgrim poet’s path to Paradise from the Chinese East
The U.S. is responsible for the actions it takes abroad, and its blunders and wrongdoing shouldn’t be ignored or explained away through shallow demagoguery.
Why won’t online education replace campus learning? We have bodies.
The vast majority of Americans still doesn’t want a more activist foreign policy.
Urban farmers should follow the example of traditional agrarians in order to build a sustainable model.
It should go without saying that Congressional authorization is required for an ongoing war against ISIS.
The price of having the Internet in your family home is eternal vigilance.
The party is not somehow to the “left” of where it was on foreign policy thirty years ago.
Yes, the world hates you. Relax. There’s freedom in disrespectability.