What is the difference between a terrorist and a freedom-fighter? Part 2 of Eric Patterson’s 4-part series on Just War.
Eric PattersonAugust 18, 2023
The historical reputation of Pope Pius XII and his role in the Second World War have been disputed with passionate and often angry conviction since almost the time of his death.
Thomas BanksJuly 17, 2023
The strategic anxiety of encirclement has driven great-power policy for centuries; Russia and China represent the modern version of this classic security dilemma.
Mike CotéApril 21, 2023
The West is therefore morally and politically obligated to the defense of Ukraine, assisting her with any and all means necessary for her protection and survival.
J. Daryl CharlesNovember 16, 2022
Gorbachev was different from all his predecessors. He knew how cruel the Soviet system was.
Robert MorrisonSeptember 1, 2022
From Christianity and Crisis, July 1947: “The beginning of wisdom is to know that God’s will rules His world.” But discerning the end of wisdom is more complicated.
The EditorsJuly 29, 2022
Germany does not love her neighbor when she rejects Ukraine’s plea for defensive weapons.
Christian Nikolaus BraunFebruary 23, 2022
Rebeccah Heinrichs speaks about the Russian threat to Ukraine. She gives an update of the latest situation and explains why Americans should be concerned.
Rebeccah Heinrichs & Mark MeltonFebruary 8, 2022
In 1961, Lee Edwards wrote from Germany, “If the United States and its allies do not stand firm, the concentration camp will soon add another two million inmates who presently live in West Berlin.”
Lee EdwardsDecember 23, 2021
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