There are several reasons reparations may not solve America’s problems
James RowellMay 8, 2023
As military spending spirals, should Tokyo consider channeling the free-market spirit of the 1980s?
Steven TuckerMarch 18, 2023
In Japan, even the dead get a say in how the nation’s war-machine should be run by the living.
Steven TuckerMarch 12, 2023
Wishful Thinking Idealism, unlike Christian Realism, believes that everyone, even competition, is fundamentally reasonable.
Eric PattersonOctober 31, 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
These accounts from the Japanese-run internment camp in China during World War II can still prompt readers to contemplate several questions.
Christianity & Crisis MagazineOctober 7, 2021
What would President Roosevelt say of President Joe Biden and his Democratic administration abandoning the Afghan people? Perhaps Biden, and many in the West, have turned away from winning because they have lost a sense that victory, even an unsatisfying partial victory, is politically and morally viable.
Eric PattersonAugust 20, 2021
Seventy-five years ago, the Samuel Goldwyn masterpiece “The Best Years of Our Lives” premiered to universal critical and popular acclaim. Reviewing the film now, two overarching contrasts between past and present are clear.
Mark R. RoyceApril 28, 2021
Last month was the seventy-fifth anniversary of V-J Day—Victory over Japan, August 14, 1945—the official end of World War II. Yet most Britons prefer to celebrate V-E Day—Victory in Europe, May 8, 1945—the defeat of Nazi Germany. Why so?
Saul DavidSeptember 18, 2020