Regions

“Indiscriminate” Bombing in Gaza

The sight of destroyed buildings in Gaza is tragic, but are Israel’s attacks “indiscriminate?”

The CCP vs. Filipino Catholic Bishops

Unlike the Vatican’s acquiescence to the CCP, the Roman Catholic bishops of the Philippines are resolute against Beijing’s ambitions in the South China Sea

Navalny the Martyr

Of such heroes, like Navalny, Aquino, and Bonhoeffer, it can be said: “The world was not worthy of them.” 

The Road to Deterring Iran Goes Through Iraq

The United States cannot militarily extricate itself from Iraq without massively benefitting Iran

Lech Walesa & Transcendent Truth

Great leaders who advance the cause of humanity are never cynical.

The World’s Largest Muslim-Majority Country Goes to the Polls

On February 14th, the world’s largest Muslim-majority nation, Indonesia, will elect its next president.

China Faces Consequences of the One-Child Policy

China is only beginning to reap the consequences of its disastrous One Child Policy

Ukrainian Film and the Chronic Ineffectiveness of International Law

Putin has learned to create just enough seditious mayhem to subvert international law, but not enough to provoke war

Planning for Ukrainian Victory

American military planners have not given the Ukrainians the tools they need to win and win now