The basic distinction between American conservatism and Eastern European conservatism lies in different attitudes toward freedom.
Chris NagavonskiFebruary 11, 2021
At midnight Moscow time on November 10, the ceasefire signed by Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Russia took effect, ending the 2020 war on Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh) in which thousands of unnecessary deaths on both sides occurred.
Wouter Jan de GraafNovember 17, 2020
British historian Andrews Roberts discusses his magnificent new biography of Winston Churchill, including his political incorrectness by contemporary standards, his…
Mark Tooley & Andrew RobertsOctober 12, 2020
Grey zone conflicts—like those in Ukraine and the South China Sea—are major threats both to a just peace and American security interests. The just war tradition needs to consider them more.
Joshua HasteySeptember 9, 2020
Why is the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict still considered “frozen”? Simply put, the conflict’s continuation is in Russia’s interests.
Wouter Jan de GraafAugust 11, 2020
After years of crossing their fingers and hoping for the best, NATO members are rebuilding their military capabilities, preparing for worst-case scenarios, and posturing the alliance for deterrence.
Alan DowdMarch 11, 2020
Thirty years ago this week, God brought down the Berlin Wall. Few expected he would, or at least not so…
Mark TooleyNovember 8, 2019
To better grasp Russian conduct, past and present, we would do well to understand its religious sources in Orthodox Christianity.
Matt GobushOctober 23, 2019
Managing Editor Drew Griffin interviews Faysal Itani of the Atlantic Council on the US withdrawal from Syria, the identity of…
Faysal ItaniOctober 21, 2019
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