Putin, Syria, and Us
For the Birds
Endorsing a program of targeted killing opens the door for perilous reciprocation.
If there’s anything the U.S. needs right now, it’s some old-fashioned rulebreakers.
Republicans and Democrats alike are running out of foreign-policy options. It’s time to start anew.
Defending religious liberty requires better strategy—and more honesty.
How do you stop lone-wolf terror? With every man available.
Why conservatives should give two cheers for Camille Paglia
The disastrous Iraq policies that led to ISIS were not President Bush’s.
Hubert Butler’s literary localism is nationalism of the right kind.
E.H. Carr’s Twenty Years’ Crisis remains a realist’s Bible.
A Founding Father gets his due—in a hip-hop musical.
To win independents, the GOP must rethink its hawkishness.
Owen Harries was Irving Kristol’s friend—and neoconservatism’s foe.