British Empire

Canada as America’s Post-liberal Counterpart 

For most of Canada’s history, it has represented a Tory, conservative, anti-American revolutionary counterpart to the United States

Reckoning with Colonialism

Nigel Biggar’s new book is a spirited, well-argued defense of British history against its popular progressive detractors.

A Moral Assessment of the British Empire: It’s Complicated

Was the British Empire, all things considered, as evil as some say?

Why a Coronation Matters

Where men are forbidden to honour a king they honour millionaires, athletes, or film-stars

Cancelling Churchill: Did Sir Winston Cause the Bengal Famine?

Attempts to tear down the legacy of Sir Winston Churchill are really just attempts to tear down the legacy of the West itself.

The Man Who Met Gandhi and Hitler

What did a man who encountered both Gandhi and Hitler have to say about the prospects of non-violence? 

For Great Power Competition, America Can Learn from William Pitt, The Elder

William Pitt, The Elder, 18th Century Prime Minister of Britain, offers many lessons for American statesmen today.

Queen Elizabeth’s “Brutal” Empire?

Queen Elizabeth represented the best of the British Empire: dignified, respectful, restrained, stable, transcending culture and time on behalf of timeless truths.

Nigel Biggar Christianity & National Security Conference 2022

Nigel Biggar’s lecture at the Chrisitanity & National Security Conference 2022. Nigel Biggar discusses the history and Biblical perspective on…

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