So why are the crackdowns so popular?
Lincoln’s second inaugural address was carefully worded for times like these.
Christopher Nolan’s epic builds a bridge between our time and the different era of 1940.
So why do we have such a problem with it?
Avoiding the ‘Thucydides Trap,’ but not the way Graham Allison envisions.
A crucial yet fragile element of civic stability
Submission is neither nativist nor liberal: it’s a fantasy for European exhaustion.
Nicholas Wade’s sweeping race-based analyses fail to convince, but the science itself holds great promise.
Liberals’ favorite French economist is a pessimistic meliorist, not a burning revolutionary.
Yossi Klein Halevi follows 1967’s soldiers from taking Jerusalem to waking from their nation’s dreams.
Men playing women, candles instead of electric lights—why two new productions stage the Bard the old-fashioned way.
A new Broadway play features Paul Rudd and Michael Shannon, but some shallow theology.
Has an era of female dominance begun? A look at Hanna Rosin’s The End of Men.
“An Enemy of the People” reveals a contradiction at the heart of liberalism.
Ontario’s Stratford Shakespeare Festival enters a new age
“Coriolanus,” directed by Ralph Fiennes, 122 minutes
The Unmaking of Israel, Gershom Gorenberg, Harper, 336 pages