Grayson Logue

Grayson Logue is an assistant editor for Providence. He holds a BA in politics, philosophy, and economics from The King’s College. While at King’s, Grayson was an Intercollegiate Studies Institute Honors Scholar and represented the school internationally in British Parliamentary debate. Prior to joining Providence, he worked in public policy and issue advocacy in New York state. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.​
Why This Matters: Kashmir and American Leadership

“We spoke last night about Kashmir, Prime Minister [Modi] really feels he has it under control. They speak with Pakistan…

Losing the Miracle: A Review of Suicide of the West

Over 180 years ago, a 28-year-old Abraham Lincoln reflected on the dangers facing the United States in his Young Man’s…

The Top 5 Books on American Foreign Policy
The Top 5 Books on American Foreign Policy

Here are some of the top books to help you understand the history of American foreign policy.

New Afterword in Haas’ A World in Disarray Criticizes Trump’s Foreign Policy
A New Word on a New Edition: Haass’ A World in Disarray Criticizes Trump’s First Year

In a new paperback edition of “A World in Disarray,” Richard Haass says Trump’s foreign policy has added to global disorder.

Against the Left and Right: Review of Thomas Ricks’ Churchill and Orwell: The Fight for Freedom
Against the Left and Right: Review of Thomas Ricks’ Churchill and Orwell: The Fight for Freedom

Churchill and Orwell: The Fight for Freedom by Thomas Ricks is a joint biography of Winston Churchill and George Orwell that focuses on the 1930s and 1940s, pivotal years for both men. The book argues that they realized securing individual freedom against government encroachment from fascism and communism was the vital issue of their time.