George Kennan was among the greatest American foreign policy minds of the 20th century
Matthew AndersenNovember 21, 2023
Herbert Butterfield and Reinhold Niebuhr, the two great 20th-Century Christian Realists, must be essential to a recovery of liberalism
Matthew AndersenOctober 12, 2023
Hard to imagine why Yale University Press would publish Samuel Moyn’s new book when its narrative is so detached from reality
Jeffery Tyler SyckOctober 4, 2023
Herbert Butterfield, despite having been one of the world’s foremost Christian Realists, was deeply conflicted on nuclear arms.
Robert JoustraJanuary 20, 2023
Wishful Thinking Idealism, unlike Christian Realism, believes that everyone, even competition, is fundamentally reasonable.
Eric PattersonOctober 31, 2022
The world gets better and at sundry times through the action of people who did not realize what they were doing.”
Mark TooleyJune 11, 2022
Butterfield did not offer us Christian apologetics, but he did offer a Christian understanding of history far more appealing than Lewis’s dismissal of the project.
Mark TooleyJune 7, 2022
How do Christian Realism, Christian idealism and Christian cynicism approach the Ukraine War?
Mark TooleyMarch 10, 2022
Keir A. Lieber and Daryl G. Press argue in “The Myth of the Nuclear Revolution” that the Atomic Age isn’t too different from other ages. Geopolitical rivalries, arms races, military doctrines, stalemates, and much else are still the same.
Robert JoustraSeptember 1, 2020
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