Grayson Logue is a writer living in New York.
Renewed debates over history reveal the narratives that conservatives and progressives employ to justify or decry American history. One narrative insists on lionizing historical figures, the other on demonizing them—yet both distract from the ongoing pursuit of the American ideals of justice, liberty, and equality.
Grayson LogueSeptember 21, 2020
Assistant Editor Grayson Logue interviews Rich Lowry, Editor in Chief of National Review and author of “The Case for Nationalism.”…
Grayson LogueJanuary 22, 2020
A buzzword in the foreign policy world right now is fatigue. But according to the well-respected Chicago Council on Global Affairs Survey, 69 percent of Americans support the US taking an active role in world affairs.
Grayson LogueDecember 31, 2019
President Trump’s inconsistency on Kashmir undermines America’s ability to moderate the escalating conflict between India and Pakistan…
Grayson LogueAugust 31, 2019
According to Jonah Goldberg in Suicide of the West, the death of the country will not be the result of civil war but the culmination of a steady rot of the ideas and institutions that produced the liberty and prosperity of the West.
Grayson LogueJuly 30, 2019
Here are some of the top books to help you understand the history of American foreign policy.
Grayson LogueJune 28, 2019
In a new paperback edition of “A World in Disarray,” Richard Haass says Trump’s foreign policy has added to global disorder.
Grayson LogueJune 13, 2018
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.
Grayson LogueMarch 5, 2018