Tobias Cremer, a PhD candidate at the University of Cambridge, speaks with Mark Melton about the role religion plays in…
Tobias Cremer & Mark MeltonApril 30, 2020
Colin Dueck’s “Age of Iron: On Conservative Nationalism” presents a sophisticated outlook on the future of Republican foreign policy.
Ionut PopescuFebruary 28, 2020
During Providence’s monthly social hour in DC on Feb. 24, 2020, Tobias Cremer spoke about his research findings and explained…
Tobias CremerFebruary 26, 2020
During Providence’s Christianity and National Security Conference, Paul D. Miller spoke about nationalism, internationalism, and the liberal order. He reviewed…
Paul D. MillerFebruary 12, 2020
Senator Hawley’s Theodore Roosevelt: Preacher of Righteousness is an interesting, though not altogether convincing portrayal of the 26th president as a lifelong crusader for moral action.
Mark R. RoyceFebruary 6, 2020
Assistant Editor Grayson Logue interviews Rich Lowry, Editor in Chief of National Review and author of “The Case for Nationalism.”…
Grayson LogueJanuary 22, 2020
Nationalists believe that humanity is divided into mutually distinct, internally coherent groups defined by shared traits like language, religion, or culture, and that these groups should each have their own governments. There is an alternative.
Paul D. MillerJanuary 21, 2020
It is interesting to reflect when a topic bursts into public view and comes to dominate public discussion: Why nationalism now?
William GalstonJanuary 16, 2020
The Christmas story suggests that we can somehow try to be loyal members of our nations, our families, our tribes—and to reach out to the broader human community of which we are also a part.
Walter Russell MeadJanuary 1, 2020
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