St. Thomas Aquinas knew more than his modern emendators do about grounding his just war deliberations—and much else—in the cardinal moral virtue of prudence.
Robert G. KaufmanSeptember 27, 2017
War and religious conflict in the 1600s between Ottomans and Persians still have consequences for politics and beliefs in the Middle East today.
Justin RoySeptember 21, 2017
Determining when and where to serve “the interest of humanity” is not a science. In a broken world, American policymakers must seek the counsel of the heart and the head, aim for the achievable, and choose the least-bad option.
Alan DowdSeptember 6, 2017
Iran’s destabilizing actions across the Middle East require powers like the United States to maintain moral bridgeheads against it.
Jean Pierre ChabotAugust 9, 2017
Serious praise of America by prominent Christian thinkers was hard to find this Independence Day, but we should be willing to appreciate and defend her.
Rebeccah HeinrichsJuly 26, 2017
On Monday the Trump administration warned Iran it will likely face punishment for violating “the spirit” of the Iran Deal.
Joe CarterJuly 21, 2017
Iran has spent billions of dollars a year propping up Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad. Why are the two regimes so close? Here’s what you should know about the Syria-Iran alliance.
Joe CarterJune 28, 2017
In the same way the Soviet Union used Cuba, Iran may be turning the island into a “Little Iran.”
Arlene Bridges SamuelsJune 14, 2017
A crisis in the Middle East has erupted between numerous nations and the small state of Qatar. Here is what you should know about Qatar, the world’s richest country.
Joe CarterJune 9, 2017
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