Obama and Bush demonstrate the dangers of overly aggressive and overly passive foreign policies, but they share something in common: a deeply moral vision of America’s role in the world.
Daniel StrandMarch 29, 2016
President Obama danced the Tango literally and figuratively while in Argentina. The figurative dance was his “apology” as some described…
Mark TooleyMarch 29, 2016
The rise of right-wing extremism is one of the indicators that despite many successes on their road to democracy, Slovakia may still be in the tunnel Havel referred to over 20 years ago.
Lubomir Martin OndrasekMarch 23, 2016
When the government fails to provide peace, order, and justice, justifiably angry and fearful citizens will seek to procure those things for themselves
Marc LiVeccheMarch 23, 2016
Last fall, Norway’s TV2 released Occupied, a show about Russia occupying Norway that is now on Netflix with English subtitles. Providence readers would likely enjoy this window into a European perspective.
Mark MeltonMarch 22, 2016
Sub-Saharan Africa in the 21st century faces one great opportunity and two great dangers. And American foreign policy will profoundly affect each.
Gideon StraussMarch 18, 2016
CSIS has developed a new online tool for tracking major cyberattacks around the world. The website is as helpful as it is sobering.
Alan DowdMarch 14, 2016
Christian refugees who have fled persecution in their home countries now face the same fate in Sweden.
Jacob RudolfssonMarch 9, 2016
President Obama lectured, “‘Never again’ is a challenge to defend the fundamental right of free people and free nations to exist in peace and security.” Perhaps “never mind” is more apt.
Alan DowdMarch 7, 2016
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