Author Archives: TAC Staff
Electoral successes have caused conservatives to lose sight of an important question: what is it that we are trying to conserve?
From Roberto Calasso to Yoram Hazony, here’s what our writers are reading.
Here’s what our staff is reading this week.
From Nietzsche to Dickens this is what Birzer and Quay are reading this week.
From Caldwell to Calasso, here’s what TAC writers are reading.
From a critique of the Brits in Iraq to a critique of Descartes, here is what our writers are reading.
The Iraq war critics have been vindicated. Just ask the likes of David Frum.
Here’s what our writers and staff have been reading.
From 20th Century Kenneth T. Jackson to 19th Century Marcel Schwob, here’s what our writers are reading this week.
Here’s what our writers are reading this week.
Here’s what our staff and writers have been reading.
Help us advance ideas over ideology and principles over party in 2019!
Daniel Larison, senior editor: I’ve been reading Alex de Waal’s important and …
He bet millions on Trump and now his every wish is fulfilled–at the expense of Middle East peace.
Here’s what our staff and contributors are reading this week.
Videos from our 11/15 event: Sen. Paul, Reps. Buck and Khanna, and top experts talk war powers, Asia, the Middle East, mission creep, and Trump.
Our writers discuss the Quran and the bible and King Leopold’s Ghost.
Here’s what our writers and staff are reading this week.
Speaking at TAC’s annual conference, the senator called out MbS, Iran sanctions, and ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome.’ (Watch)
An all-star lineup discussing ‘America’s Allies and Interests: Assessing Trump Foreign Policy Mid-term.’← Older posts
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