Speaking last Friday CSIS, Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter warned that military excellence is not America’s “birthright”. It must be earned again and again.
Mark MeltonOctober 31, 2016
This article about the international order and preserving the nation-state system first appeared in the Spring 2016 issue of Providence‘s print…
Alan DowdOctober 27, 2016
Janet Polasky’s Revolutions without Borders seeks to once more recapture the cosmopolitan, borderless, and dynamic character of revolutionary politics.
Mark R. RoyceOctober 26, 2016
Hamilton’s version of history is appealing to American ears, especially to FDR fans.
Mark TooleyOctober 25, 2016
What can Anglican legacy teach us, Christian or not, about building just and sustainable societies and nations? Very likely a great deal. Rather than critiquing nationalism, more of Christianity needs a theology of just and godly nationalism.
Mark TooleyOctober 24, 2016
A recent Brookings event discussed how the next president ought to forge an enduring U.S. policy commitment to Afghanistan.
Jessica MeyersOctober 21, 2016
During the Iraq War, there was no shortage of outrage. But why is the political left so quiet on the humanitarian nightmare that is Syria?
Daniel StrandOctober 18, 2016
The just deceased Thailand King Bhumibol Adulyadej after 70 years of rule was the longest head of state, a status now belonging to Queen Elizabeth II.
Mark TooleyOctober 17, 2016
Andrei Soldatov and Irina Borogan offer a comprehensive overview of Russian internet policy at home and abroad in The Red Web.
Mark MeltonOctober 14, 2016
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