National Conservatism Conference

The City on a Hill: Toward a National Conservative Foreign Policy

A national conservative foreign policy welcomes institutions for international cooperation, so long as they remain voluntary pacts between the participating nations, and do not morph into efforts at establishing supranational governance.

Rich Lowry Calls for a Unifying, Liberal Nationalism - Book Review of The Case for Nationalism
Rich Lowry Calls for a Unifying, Liberal Nationalism

Nationalism should form the bonds of social contract in any great power, and should not just be an idea that is despised by the far-left and usurped by the far-right.

Can Christians Support a Resurgent Nationalism?
Can Christians Support a Resurgent Nationalism?

Christians can love their nation-state, but civil love should not eclipse the agape love of the Kingdom of God.

Looking for Common Ground on the Right
Looking for Common Ground on the Right

There are two different conversations going on simultaneously from the right. One is an argument directed outward, toward the progressive left and “globalists.” The other is an argument directed inward, within the right, between nationalists and conservatives.

Defending a Modest Version of the National Conservativism Project
Defending a Modest Version of the National Conservativism Project

The nation is not a thing to be invested with religious content. But Christians who support the National Conservativism project recognize that without a home, a nation, there is no room for Christianity at all.

Whom We Let In: The Journey and Contradiction of Amy Wax

The gravity of any subject that deals with race and immigration deserves nuance, something Amy Wax didn’t offer in her speech or interview.

Religious Liberty versus Nationalism?

There were two notable conferences in DC this past week: the second annual Ministerial on International Religious Freedom, hosted by…