Communism

The Five Books on Russia You Should Read
The Five Books on Russia You Should Read

Russia has historically been a challenging topic for scholars. Geographically, most of Russia lies in continental Asia, but culturally most…

Chinese Government Targets Children to Further Control Uighurs
Chinese Government Targets Children to Further Control Uighurs

As the crisis in Xinjiang continues, new information continues to reveal the Chinese government’s pernicious and deceptive methods of political…

New Report Confirms China Continues to Kill Innocent People for Their Organs
New Report Confirms China Continues to Kill Innocent People for Their Organs

A respected prosecutor chaired a panel of experts to examine whether China ended its practice of organ harvesting in 2006, as Beijing claims. These human rights advocates, physicians, and diverse leaders uncovered haunting violations.

As Christian as Cherry Pie

The study of international relations history, history in general, and the origins and nature of diplomacy and international law reveals the absolutely central role that Christian faith has played in the development of these concepts.

Cold War Lessons for Today
Cold War Lessons for Today

As we look out at the world today, Americans need to recount the lessons of the Cold War that Gaddis helpfully brings to our attention.

Meng Hongwei’s Arrest Shows China Values Economic Progress over Human Rights

China recently arrested Meng Hongwei, who was president of Interpol when the organization revoked a red notice for a human rights activist for the Uighurs.

Vatican’s Deal with Communists Risks Undermining Chinese Catholics
Vatican’s Deal with Communists Risks Undermining Chinese Catholics

This deal may undermine Chinese Catholics, many of whom may secularize or go Pentecostal.

Are We Still Fighting a Cold War?
Are We Still Fighting a Cold War?

There is no nation in which we can place total faith.

Cold Winds of Communism: Book Review of Sean McMeekin’s The Russian Revolution
Cold Winds of Communism: Review of McMeekin’s The Russian Revolution

Sean McMeekin’s “The Russian Revolution” frankly explores communism’s explicit evils.