Today’s circumstances demand different—but no less bold—diplomatic tactics.
Jackie focuses too scrupulously on concepts of historical representation at the expense of its grieving subject.
How one man turned a contamination story into a redemption narrative
A tough new director from Oklahoma will end the blue-collar job killing.
Deciding not to bomb Syria did not lead other states to “seek new gains at America’s expense.”
On turning a contamination story into a redemption story
How does the Ben Op fit into the neoreactionary worldview?
Some may argue for restraint, but is Trump willing to listen?
You’ll be surprised by what happened when a closeted academic put himself on the firing line
Did voters in 2016 reject classical liberalism? Not necessarily
The president-elect should think through where this road leads.
Even if the deal survives, we should still expect a more aggressively anti-Iranian U.S. posture.
Discipline and purpose in the Christian life, and why being a spiritual tourist is not enough
What to read to understand what led to, and resulted from, the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Spoiled brat high school girl storms out when football player says men should defend women
Attempting to broaden the nuclear deal to include other issues is virtually guaranteed to blow up the existing agreement.
Why some religious conservatives and traditionalists in the West look to the Russians as allies
With the neocons discredited, no other strategy has replaced theirs except to “win” and come home.
The strange (but necessary) ecumenism of anti-modern Christians
Yemen is suffering one of the greatest man-made humanitarian catastrophes of this century.
What an accusation leveled against Kellyanne Conway says about the future of this country.
The policy Trump is putting at risk has been successful in advancing U.S. interests and preventing conflict.
Adding Montenegro to NATO is unnecessary and serves no real purpose.
The appointees who matter and the the appointees who don’t.
They live in parts of the country where the faith has all but died, but its values and habits remain
Internal Pentagon study finds $125 billion in Defense Department waste — and Pentagon spikes report
Trump’s staff picks reveal an interesting mix of priorities.
It often seems to be the case that another country’s most vocal and enthusiastic boosters here at home have the worst ideas for what U.S. policy towards that country ought to be.