From Mearsheimer and Walt to the Old Testament, here is what our editors and writers are reading this week.
While the U.S. bombs, Xi Jinping is building—one power play at a time.
Our voting system is a barrier to tribalism, one we need now more than ever.
A new whisper campaign against him is trying to blur the truth: that he criticized certain U.S-Arab alliances, and paid the price.
Not to mention the massive appropriations package actually harms our national security.
It’s hard to convince people that the military is not a vehicle for social change.
The founder of post-war conservatism was also fascinated by evil and could spin a spooky tale.
America’s middle-class department store has been carved up and sold off by a soulless CEO.
China and America seem destined to clash in the 21st century. But that doesn’t mean they have to.
BoJack Horseman tackles sin and forgiveness in a way that few other shows do.
In a heated D.C. election, a black female Democrat calls racism on her liberal Jewish female opponent.
Let’s just take our ball and go home—like we always do.
Until a week ago our elites were gushing over MbS. When will they finally be held accountable?
Damien Chazelle’s moon landing film eschews scientistic triumphalism in favor of raw fear and love.
One of their writers says violence is unlikely because America is a marketplace. That’s cold comfort.
But is the U.S. now allowing its last remnants to survive in Syria to spite Tehran?
Driving his opponents to do dumb things is one of Donald Trump’s greatest talents.
The DEA’s latest privacy-infringing plan is bringing mass surveillance to the streets.
The true test of conservative values: ending prison policies that rip families apart.