The systemic problems in nations like Iraq and Afghanistan offer lessons to Americans about our own nation
James RowellMay 23, 2023
When discussing the 2003 Invasion of Iraq and its aftermath, it’s important to recall the circumstances that led to the conflict.
Alan DowdApril 3, 2023
A statecraft dreaming that a great nation can be in the world but not of it is both hubristic and self-righteous.
Mark TooleyMarch 21, 2023
We don’t yet know Iraq’s future, but Powell as a Christian would agree that there’s always hope.
Mark TooleyNovember 4, 2021
Today we’re covering three scintillating pieces from Providence this week, one on the Israel and Hamas conflict, another on a new book about the Iraq War, and thirdly, one by yours truly on the New Whiggery.
Mark Tooley & Marc LiVeccheMay 24, 2021
Robert Draper’s book To Start a War details why the Bush administration made a gravely mistaken decision, despite having clearly met the jus ad bellum criteria of “right intention.”
Keith PavlischekMay 21, 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
Through a Christian realist lens, the police officer’s mission closely corresponds to the just war tradition’s aim of promoting order, justice, and peace. Marc LiVecche reviews how the police failed in the killing of George Floyd.
Marc LiVeccheJune 2, 2020
It’s hard to deny that America’s record in the Middle East has been pretty poor overall. If we hope to better secure our interests, advance our values, and protect those who share them, we need to study the last century of mistakes and do our best to correct them.
Robert NicholsonMarch 20, 2019