Convicted under the kangaroo court conditions of the Espionage Act, Jeffrey Sterling never had a chance.
Dewey, Croly, and Rauschenbusch sought to transform classical liberalism’s emphasis on individualism.
If we’re going to risk armed conflict with Moscow, the underlying causes ought to be grander than Michele Flournoy’s job aspirations.
Go to Europe in search of truth, not illusions of tradition.
Before it Americanizes the conflict, the U.S. should take stock of escalating regional revulsion against the Islamic State.
The privatization of America’s wars swells the ranks of armies for hire across the globe.
At the “end of history,” the liberal disciplining of power begins to undermine democracy itself.
A lesbian Catholic tries to carve out a complex middle between two hostile camps.
The Beltway’s blind confidence in its ability to break Russia could push Moscow into desperate measures.
Religion, sexuality, and ambition make a volatile mix at a black Christian boys’ prep school.
Today’s poor may have more consumer goods than in generations past, but their lives are no less uncertain.
Virginia’s ex-attorney general is taking on the incarceration state.
If negotiations fail, sanctions are only the beginning of hostilities with Tehran—but Rand Paul and Barbara Boxer offer an alternative.
Three new books set sentimentality aside to impose limits on runaway American internationalism.
In monitoring the activities of foreign organizations, the DOJ often gives powerful political lobbies a pass.
The essential work of reclaiming local artisanship
Social media gives new muscle to German Marxist Herbert Marcuse’s arguments against free discourse.
The strategists of the future are veterans, theologians, and entrepreneurs—but if we can’t have them, better mediocrities than Cold War relics.
American soldiers and Arab civilians alike are victims of politicians’ hubris and terrorists’ atrocities.