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Russia’s incursion into Ukraine is a response to misguided Western expansionism.
Daniel Larison answers seven urgent questions about NATO, Putin’s irredentism, and a second Cold War.
Reducing combat capabilities isn’t the only way to save the military money.
Why Putin’s actions in Crimea look to the rest of the world a lot like NATO’s Kosovo intervention.
The Senate Intelligence Committee is as sclerotic and turf-obsessed as the agency it’s meant to regulate.
Colditz couldn’t hold Britain’s ballsiest politician.
Chinese-Americans mobilized to keep racial preferences out of California higher ed. Will the GOP take note?
The People’s Republic confronts capitalism’s dark side in this banned new film.
Author of the “finest long poem … since T.S. Eliot’s Quartets,” he was a pacifist and a warrior—and he’s overdue for a revival.
Why conservative Utah gives away housing
The West rejects a peninsula’s secession but makes no secret of its regime-change ambitions for Moscow.
The former secretary of defense’s memoir shows that good intentions won’t fix U.S. foreign policy.
Micah Zenko brings peace to the Council on Foreign Relations.
He was a Tea Party idol when he ran for Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat—but does anyone want him in New Hampshire?
What Poland’s 1981 movement can teach Ukraine—and what Reagan’s response teaches us
Despite grossly violating their oaths, CIA and military physicians escape professional censure.
Obama rejects the Scottish Enlightenment ideas that inspired the Constitution.
Arthur Brooks tries to add a new layer of varnish to an old GOP agenda.