Alexander Dugin is a serious scholar, a genuine intellectual, and a provocative social scientist who may be not unworthily pronounced the most formidable theoretical opponent of Western liberalism since Lenin.
Mark R. RoyceDecember 7, 2022
Distortions of the past can be as insidious as forgetting the past. Without true memory—a true historical consciousness—we will, indeed, perish.
Cory HigdonDecember 6, 2022
Tolerating the crimes by Azerbaijan is no different from tolerating crimes of ISIS. Signing deals with Azerbaijan is akin to signing deals with ISIS.
Uzay BulutDecember 5, 2022
Necessary, discriminate, and proportionate force in the last resort in defense of good was essential in the Wild West–just as it’s essential today
Marc LiVeccheDecember 1, 2022
Foreign policy does not have to be driven by altruism to be moral. Instead, they are the natural product of a mature prudence and prioritization of the national interest.
Rebecca MunsonNovember 30, 2022
Stephen Wolfe has written an intellectually serious book, not an action plan. But its appeal is limited to a handful of idiosyncratic, patriarchal Calvinists.
Mark David HallNovember 29, 2022
Reclaiming chaplains who understand themselves first as chaplains, and not merely as decorative functionaries would be one way of retrieving Christianity in the public square.
Miles SmithNovember 28, 2022
Whether in days, months, years or decades, the regimes in China, Russia and Iran will tumble.
Mark TooleyNovember 27, 2022
The United States still has a critical leadership role to play in the Middle East—the Abraham Accords were only a starting point.
Connor Pfeiffer & Emily MillikenNovember 23, 2022
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