if the flooding of the frontlines by unprepared new recruits results in exorbitant Russian casualties, the true effect may be to make Russia’s armed forces look weaker than ever.
Simon MaassSeptember 26, 2022
American audiences are still hungry for cinematic portrayals of the old virtues: patriotism, heroism, courage, and self-sacrifice
Marc LiVeccheSeptember 22, 2022
Putin has failed to meet his objectives, but Ukraine has a difficult rebuilding process ahead, even with expected international support.
Alan DowdSeptember 21, 2022
While a nation’s primary obligation is to its own citizens, our moral tradition demands that we cultivate the power to help where we can
Marc LiVeccheSeptember 17, 2022
The Saudi monarchy is reigning in the Wahhabi religious establishment to solidify its power and stifle opposition.
Gabriella PerezSeptember 15, 2022
Niebuhr realized that an overweening faith in the powers of human rationality was a severely misplaced and perpetual threat which has reemerged in 2022 America.
Gregory F. RyanSeptember 6, 2022
Providence’s Marc LiVecche speaks with Joe Chapa, his Air Force pilot, about his new book Is Remote Warfare Moral?
Marc LiVeccheSeptember 2, 2022
As Promisel and Russell have argued, the Catholic Church’s teaching on solidarity should serve as a signpost for the US to navigate the next pandemic
Lee TrepanierAugust 24, 2022
Marc LiVecche speaks on the Principles of Christian Realism, Part 1.
Marc LiVeccheAugust 19, 2022
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