Tunisia’s democratic repeal of their constitution should raise questions about the purpose and goals of the US-backed Arab Spring
Jackson WatersJuly 27, 2022
The surprise attack 80 years ago, although killing over 2000 and sinking much of the fleet, only shocked the dynamo into still greater energy.
Mark TooleyDecember 7, 2021
What the Free World built from the rubble of World War II isn’t perfect. But it’s unquestionably better than the alternative being pushed by Xi and Putin—and it’s definitely worth defending.
Alan DowdJune 29, 2021
May America amid its sins seek virtue and justice. And may America never be at peace with a world led by tyrants.
Mark TooleyMay 5, 2021
Amid pandemic & protests, there’s growing pessimism about democracy in America and around the world. So my interview with Nicole…
Mark Tooley & Nicole Bibbins SedacaJune 11, 2020
Some observers call for a relaxation of US sanctions on Venezuela during the COVID-19 pandemic. Eric Farnsworth offers a different recommendation.
Eric FarnsworthMay 1, 2020
Yesterday was a glorious DC autumn afternoon for walking down Embassy Row on Massachusetts Avenue, which includes many statues of…
Mark TooleyOctober 17, 2018
Removing Francisco Franco’s body from the Valle de los Caídos would disturb an unwritten pact of forgiveness and forgetting Spain made during its transition to democracy.
Javier RuperezSeptember 20, 2018
Almost all nations field armies; fewer, even in 1943, retained a warrior caste who dominated nearly every facet of political and cultural life. In this incisive article, originally published in Christianity and Crisis on March 8, 1943, Robert E. Fitch argues that winning the War and achieving peace stems from breaking the feudal martial classes of Hitler’s Nazi Germany and Tojo’s Imperial Japan.
Christianity & Crisis MagazineFebruary 15, 2018