Brad Littlejohn

Bradford Littlejohn is a Senior Fellow for the Edmund Burke Foundation, where he is co-writing a book on the foundations of the Anglo-American conservative tradition and the idea of the nation. He also serves as President of the Davenant Institute and has lectured and published extensively on Protestant political theology and ethics.

The City on a Hill: Toward a National Conservative Foreign Policy

A national conservative foreign policy welcomes institutions for international cooperation, so long as they remain voluntary pacts between the participating nations, and do not morph into efforts at establishing supranational governance.

Imagine Nations Were Selfless—It’s No Paradise

Imagine, if you will, a world full of completely unselfish people, of people who always thought of others first and not themselves; people who always sacrificed their own interests and looked for someone else to help. Paradise, right? Wrong.