Realism & Restraint
Lessons from America’s lost wars
Since World War II, the globalist agenda has reigned. Is it time to strengthen democracy at home?
A century after the U.S. entered the conflict, its destabilizing effects are still apparent.
When elites govern for themselves—not the national interest—a populist backlash is a good thing.
For the first time in decades, new legislation aims to curtail presidential prerogatives.
A new war in the Persian Gulf could start accidentally—and would take a toll on U.S. forces.
Why Trump is attracted to Cold War tactics, including big defense spending
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