November/December 2017

Digital Edition

Commentary

Trump the anti-globalist, Patrick J. Buchanan

Shelby Foote’s legacy, Bill Kauffman

Europe and America, Taki

Editorial

The New Global Challenge

Front Lines

The Congressional Realists, Finlay Lewis

Portrait of the Artist as Iconographer, Bradley Anderson

Finding a Cure for What Ails Us, William S. Lind

Cover Story

Sex Without Desire, Amy L. Wax

Articles

The Wahhabi Connection, Daniel Lazare

New Thinking on the Right, Daniel McCarthy

The Myths of Free Trade, Eamonn Fingleton

Kissinger’s Long Struggle, Barry Gewen

Arts and Letters

A Probing New Look at the Real McKinley, Amity Shlaes (President McKinley, Architect of the American Century, Robert W. Merry)

War as a Panacea for the Failures of War, Andrew J. Bacevich (Striking Power: How Cyber, Robots, and Space Weapons Change the Rules of War, Jeremy Rabkin and John Yoo)

Was Hoover Actually as Bad as They Said?, Robert K. Landers (Hoover: An Extraordinary Life in Extraordinary Times, Kenneth Whyte)

Rudolf’s Sad Descent and the Habsburg Fall, JP O’Malley (Twilight of Empire: The Tragedy at Mayerling and the End of the Habsburgs, Greg King and Penny Wilson)