Western statesmen better start reading or re-reading British historian A.J.P. Taylor’s classic historical work, The Struggle for Mastery in Europe,
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At first, the speaker solemnly recounted, the invading aircraft dropped tear gas bombs but the “soldiers learned to scatter, waiting until the wind
Increasingly over the past few years, major corporations have brazenly inserted themselves into everyday social and political discourse. Today,
Blessedly out of touch with everything for a week or so, I see that the situation in the east is much improved, freedom-wise. Ukraine is winning. The
Some time ago, as part of preparing for a graduate course that I teach, I did a study of the habits of successful crisis management by presidents. I
There is no such thing as a perfect peace. Wars produce misery and destruction, resolve some dangers and problems, and create others. Those voices in
Adding a fourth nuclear power to NATO would go a long way toward restoring deterrence. Bent on reestablishing Russia’s empire, dictator Vladimir
Many Americans were outraged by recent news that the Biden administration flirted with funding crack pipes as a part of a harm reduction strategy.
Among collectivist narratives, none is more powerful than nationalism, and among imperial claims, none is more devastating to peaceful coexistence
On Saturday of this week, former President Donald Trump will be in Orlando, Florida, to close out the Conservative Political Action Conference. He
Anyone paying attention has seen satellite photos like this one of the Russian tanks, artillery, and trucks as well as 130,000 troops lined up neatly
Irrespective of whether Europe emerges from its current crisis without a war, it will almost certainly emerge battered and with alliances shaken.
Here’s what it means when a book is banned. Even before James Joyce finished writing Ulysses, the United States Post Office (that what it was
The king is dead. Long live the queen. That’s not quite what the Dem-Libs were shouting when Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer announced his
In the previous installments of this look back on the presidency of Franklin Roosevelt, I have identified specific policy areas of failure that