Book Review

Christian Realism vis-à-vis the Liberalism of Fear: Thoughts on Samuel Moyn’s “Liberalism Against Itself”

Herbert Butterfield and Reinhold Niebuhr, the two great 20th-Century Christian Realists, must be essential to a recovery of liberalism

In Defense of Cold War Liberalism 

Hard to imagine why Yale University Press would publish Samuel Moyn’s new book when its narrative is so detached from reality

For Valour: Queen for Our Times

Robert Hardman has written an excellent biography of the late Queen Elizabeth II

Scowling Liberty: Review of Gary Gerstle’s “The Rise and Fall of the Neoliberal Order”

Historian Gary Gerstle traces the rise and fall of the neoliberal regime in his new book

Review of Sohrab Ahmari’s Tyranny, Inc.

Ahmari’s book is a welcome contribution to the public debate on the limits of free market enterprise.

Golda Meir: Israel’s Matriarch

Who was Golda Meir, Israel’s first and only female leader?

Winston Churchill’s “The River War”

Winston Churchill described his book, “The River War: An Historical Account of the Reconquest of the Soudan,” as “a tale of blood and war.”

“Two Corinthians” – Religious Populism in the West

Donald Trump’s infamous “Two Corinthians” reference has proven exemplary of the relationship of right-populism and religion.

Reckoning with Colonialism

Nigel Biggar’s new book is a spirited, well-argued defense of British history against its popular progressive detractors.

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