The former national security adviser shares George Kennan’s view that power abroad rests on justice and decency at home.
A medieval model inspires Christian communities today.
Heritage Foundation scholar Kim Holmes’s new book betrays a conservative movement out of touch with the nation.
What America’s Far East “pivot” and Beijing’s new Air Defense Identification Zone mean.
Gingrich to conservative critics: “What would you have done?”
The Doors frontman and his admiral father lived a generation’s turmoil.
George McGovern’s coalition has finally prevailed—but why?
Can there be self-government outside the nation or city-state? Pierre Manent offers a philosophical answer.
The producer of “Pretty Woman” helped Israel build its nuclear arsenal.
Russell Kirk’s revisions trace the right’s evolution—and his own.
Bob Menendez voted against the war in Iraq—why is he leading the charge on Iran?
Will military turf wars cost our troops their best friend in the sky?
Farmers aren’t cannon-fodder—or dangerous gun nuts, either.
Kinfolk brings a crunchy ethos to entertaining.
Could rapprochement lead to a backlash against noninterventionism in the GOP?
Noam Chomsky holds court on his political philosophy and its critique of power.
America’s “civic religion” forgets the soldiers in its celebrations.
Joe Scarborough’s new book shows how Republicans can be principled—and pragmatic.
Ira Stoll’s new book is wrong to claim JFK for the right—he was a thorough statist.