Thirty years ago this week, God brought down the Berlin Wall. Few expected he would, or at least not so…
Mark TooleyNovember 8, 2019
Russia has historically been a challenging topic for scholars. Geographically, most of Russia lies in continental Asia, but culturally most…
George BarrosAugust 29, 2019
In a Byzantine relationship, a church can be forgiven for choosing not to denounce the government publicly. Henry Sloane Coffin…
Christianity & Crisis MagazineApril 5, 2018
Last evening I attended a talk at the Israeli Embassy by the great Soviet dissident Natan Sharansky, who spent 9…
Mark TooleyNovember 9, 2017
This week in Moscow there was the usual lavish military parade, bristling with missiles and other weaponry, commemorating victory in…
Mark TooleyMay 12, 2017
Bitter Harvest is a touching film about a tragic and important piece of history. That being said, it is undoubtedly not without several discernible weaknesses that detract from its overall quality.
George BarrosMarch 24, 2017
Bitter Harvest professionally illustrates the Holodomor, one of 20th-century Europe’s central tragedies and one of the Soviet Union’s greatest crimes against humanity.
George BarrosMarch 23, 2017
Bret Baier’s new book Three Days in January: Dwight Eisenhower’s Final Mission focuses on Ike’s 1961 farewell speech eschewing the “military industrial complex.”
Mark TooleyMarch 9, 2017
At the moment of her father’s death, Josef Stalin’s daughter recalled: “He suddenly lifted his left hand as though he…
Mark TooleyJanuary 13, 2017
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