The Rise of Violent, Revolutionary Ideology in the 20th Century and its Christian Realist Tonic.
Eric PattersonNovember 2, 2022
The Empress of Austria-Hungary and the Spiritual Significance of Authority
Paul MarshallNovember 1, 2022
Richard Mouw is an American, and he loves his country the most, according to his newly released How to be a Patriotic Christian: Love of Country as Love of Neighbor.
Jackson WatersSeptember 5, 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
Sean McMeekin’s “The Russian Revolution” frankly explores communism’s explicit evils.
Nathan HeathJune 11, 2018
“We must hate,” Lenin told his commissars. “Hatred is the basis for communism.” Rarely has an achieved ambition been so consequential.
Paul KengorMarch 14, 2018
It is now clear that four decades of totalitarian oppression has impacted post-communist European countries even more adversely than originally thought.
Lubomir Martin OndrasekNovember 22, 2016
In the aftermath of the 1979 Iranian Revolution, a State Department official summed up the confused state of American intelligence when he exclaimed, “Whoever took religion seriously?”
Josh CraddockNovember 17, 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
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