From Kabul to Kiev, from the South China Sea to the Persian Gulf, from space to cyberspace, the U.S.-led international…
Alan DowdJanuary 12, 2023
His approach in politics and diplomacy made Baker often unappealing to advocates of conviction politics but indispensable to situations needing practical results.
Mark TooleyDecember 20, 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
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
Rediscovered Notes on the 75th Anniversary of The Uneasy Conscience Reveal Convictions of Carl Henry.
Caleb MorellOctober 11, 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
Xi Jinping is rolling out strategy to prohibit “western influences” in Chinese society from repeating so-called Color Revolutions such as those in the post-USSR.
Jianli Yang & Xueli WangAugust 29, 2022
The United States are not prepared for a cold war with China over Taiwan, yet to avoid it, America needs to start acting as if they were already upon them, and learn from the last one.
Alan DowdAugust 16, 2022
Threatening the US-Saudi partnership over of Saudi Arabian crimes would risk more American lives, cause greater conflict, and increase injustice and human suffering.
Rebeccah HeinrichsJuly 28, 2022
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