So-called “humanitarian” EU policies are exacerbating migration problems in Africa.
Thousands of private contractors are in Iraq and Afghanistan. Now they may be in Syria, too.
Russell Moore’s generation-defining Erasmus Lecture inaugurates a new era for American religious conservatism
McMullin is an anti-Trump candidate whose main appeal is to Republicans that remain deeply committed to a very aggressive foreign policy.
The coming civil disobedience from orthodox Christians who refuse any longer to shore up the decadent imperium
The idea that Obama has pursued “indefatigable sponsorship of Iran” is a lazy smear that is utterly divorced from reality.
Words on the Street highlights the week’s best writing on cities.
Against the corrupting view from the incense-filled sacristies
She accused a rival nominee of being a stealth agent of a foreign power.
Increased U.S. meddling in the Middle East is presented to the public as if it were a necessary and unavoidable course of action when it is neither.
What will be with Hillary Clinton in the White House, and what might have been if Trump had not been a nut
The Donald’s defiance comes as many of his supporters have lost faith in the system.
Is law in a liberal democracy sustainable without a tradition rooted in transcendence?
Trump is not going to destroy American democracy. But he will continue to destroy the GOP — unless the GOP reforms itself.
For Trump? For Clinton? Or for a third party. David Frum makes the best case for all three
The only thing that is international about this “centrist internationalism” seems to be that it seeks to inflict death and destruction on people in other countries.
Nancy French on the 2016 election through the eyes of a sexual abuse victim
By returning to their roots, gritty places can prosper outside established economic structures.
The new UK prime minister has a powerful center-right message.
Clinton will be coming into office with a more aggressive foreign policy agenda that has never been seriously debated.
The politics of rate hikes are increasingly irrelevant to the economy.
Democracies do occasionally put high-profile leaders on trial.
The U.S. is perpetually at war, and some of those wars aren’t even up for debate during the process of choosing the next president.
Trump missed his last major chance to make the election more competitive.