Here Joe Loconte and I reflect on 75 years since WWII ended with the September 2, 1945 Tokyo Bay surrender…
Joseph Loconte & Mark TooleySeptember 1, 2020
Do not be too hard on politicians who struggle with and differ on their answers to these questions about the COVID-19 and the lockdowns. These are very hard things, and there is no indisputable right answer.
Paul MarshallMay 16, 2020
Last month marked the seventy-fifth anniversary of the failed bombing intended to assassinate the German Führer Adolf Hitler at his…
Marc LiVeccheAugust 2, 2019
The United States can protect its interests and promulgate its values at the same time. If we are to be exceptional, we must live in the tension that exceptionalism brings.
Robert NicholsonMay 29, 2019
There seems to be something of a movement to revive the “virtue of nationalism” today, both in America and—with Brexit the apparent battle flag—the rest of the world. This is a mistake.
Jared Morgan McKinneyJanuary 18, 2019
There is a sinister aspect to any claim that “Hitler was a Zionist.”
Terry TastardJuly 24, 2018
Following the Christian just war tradition, could the assassination of Syria’s Bashar al-Assad be justified, despite its illegal nature?
Darrell ColeApril 18, 2018
In a Byzantine relationship, a church can be forgiven for choosing not to denounce the government publicly. Henry Sloane Coffin…
Christianity & Crisis MagazineApril 5, 2018
What does NATO need to do going forward? The short answer: more and less.
Alan DowdFebruary 23, 2018
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