In 1942, Christianity & Crisis argues the importance of preserving and incorporating smaller nation-states when reconstructing Europe after World War II.
Christianity & Crisis MagazineMay 26, 2017
On May 18, 1942, the Editors of Christianity & Crisis sought fit to postulate and navigate what the world would look like with a victory against the Axis Powers. In this article, Eduard Heimann masterfully articulates the challenges and requirements that the Allied forces would face in attempting to reorganize and rebuild Europe.
Christianity & Crisis MagazineMay 19, 2017
Drawdown: The American Way of Postwar is a fascinating analysis not of how the U.S. fights wars, but what it does in their aftermath.
Thomas SheppardMay 10, 2017
It’s been widely noted that the U.S. missile strikes on a Syrian airbase seem at odds with Donald Trump’s electioneering opposition to American intervention. But there should be little surprise.
Mark TooleyApril 11, 2017
100 years ago, America entered the Great War so that the world might be made safe for democracy
Joseph LoconteApril 6, 2017
The Great War, which America entered a century ago this month, offers lessons for us today on democracy, trade, and arms races.
Alan DowdApril 3, 2017
Here, in the middle of the centennial anniversary period of World War I, we still find ourselves in the shadows of the Great War—and still have much to learn from it.
Alan DowdMarch 31, 2017
With the Middle East on fire, Europe on edge, Russia on the march, and China on the rise, America’s interlocking system of alliances is more important now than at any time since the beginning of the Cold War.
Alan DowdMarch 27, 2017
The carnage one hundred years ago on the Somme was appalling. And because of Haig’s excessive strategic ambition, it was inefficiently appalling. But that didn’t make it futile.
Nigel BiggarJuly 18, 2016